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Expert opinions cover a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, finding Beagle 2, Donald Trump, psychologist Hans Eysenck, and the rising breast cancer rate in China

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The Conversation and Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues recently tackled by academics
Expert opinions cover a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, finding Beagle 2, Donald Trump, psychologist Hans Eysenck, and the rising breast cancer rate in China

Evidence of the location of Beagle 2 on Mars.

With the Prime Minister’s recent suggestion of a 'no-deal' Brexit, Professor Panicos Demetriades from our School of Business uses his experience as governor of the central bank of Cyprus to reflect upon the issues with this idea.

To coincide with the publication of the evidence of the location of the Beagle 2 lander on Mars, Professor John Bridges from the Department of Physics and Astronomy explains how the discovery came about and what is planned next for Beagle in The Conversation.

The breast cancer rate is rising in China, and Dr Jin-Li Luo from our Department of Cancer Studies has discussed what may be behind this in an article for The Conversation:

Dr Alex Waddan from our School of History, Politics and International Relations reflects upon how Donald Trump has been attempting to repeal or replace elements of Obama’s legacy with Dr Clodagh Harrington from De Montfort University.

Professor Andrew Colman and Dr Caren Frosch from our Department of Neuroscience, Psychology & Behaviour wrote about the prominent psychologist Hans Eysenck for The Conversation.