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The Irish border has proved to be one of the most intractable aspects of Brexit, says Michael Keating, and the proposals put forward by the UK Government show little signs of being endorsed by Dublin or, as a result, Brussels.
Richard Parry discusses the attempts to express political objectives in secure legal wording as Brexit progresses.
Stephen Tierney looks at the comprehensive and critical report published today by The House of Lords Constitution Committee on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (‘the Bill’).
We are looking for a Communications and Policy Engagement Officer to lead the communications and policy engagement activities on behalf of the Directors of the Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) and the academic project team. You would develop and implement a communications and engagement strategy to ensure maximum impact and uptake of the CCC’s research.
What lessons might the economic theory of fiscal federalism have for the Catalan and Spanish administrations, asks Dr Willem Sas,