Blogs & news
Theresa May has repeatedly declared her commitment to involving the devolved governments in the Brexit process. In this post, Nicola McEwen discusses the likely dynamics of Brexit negotiations between the UK’s four governments. She argues that if the intergovernmental process fails to give a meaningful voice to the devolved governments this could have serious and long-lasting repercussions for territorial politics across the UK.
Daniel Gover and Michael Kenny of the Mile End Institute, Queen Mary University of London assess English votes for English laws a year after its introduction.
Following the High Court’s ruling on whether the UK Parliament should be involved in the activation of the Article 50 process to leave the EU, Tobias Lock analyses the judgement.
The decision by the High Court that the UK Government will require the agreement of MPs to go ahead with its Article 50 negotiations has, says Kirsty Hughes, brought politics – and parliament – back into the process.
A report by the Political Studies Association (PSA), investigates various elements of how Brexit will actually be delivered. In this brief blog, Michael Keating summarises how the governments of the devolved nations could be involved.
Laura Cram discusses how retaining membership of the single market and free movement are at the top of the Scottish Government’s Brexit wish list.