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13th April 2017
post by Centre on Const...

The Centre's Associate Director, Prof Nicola McEwen, has received an award recognising excellence in public engagement.

3rd April 2017
post by Richard Parry

Nicola Sturgeon's recent letter to Theresa May requesting an Section 30 Order drew its authority from a parliamentary motion motion that was, perhaps, oddly silent on the subject of independence.

2nd April 2017
post by Michael Keating

That the EU has placed Gibraltar on the agenda for Brexit negotiations should come as no surprise, says Michael Keating, as the issue, which had already been indicated, remains a sensitive one in Spain.

31st March 2017
post by Michael Keating

The repatriation of powers from the EU to the UK and devolved governments is neither straightforward nor, as yet, resolved. Prof Michael Keating examines some of the issues that will play out in terms of determining whether powers from Brussels will default to London on one hand, or Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast on the other.

29th March 2017
post by Richard Parry

At the start of the Brexit negotiating process, Richard Parry argues that two years is both too long and too short a period.

29th March 2017
post by Kirsty Hughes

As Theresa May fires the starting pistol on the Brexit negotiations, Kirsty Hughes looks down the track at what shape Britain might be in when, and if, it reaches the finishing line.

29th March 2017
post by David Bell

David Bell explains that following Brexit, the UK will establish a new set of trade relationships. Agreements about the conduct of agricultural trade will form an important part of this new system.

22nd March 2017
post by Michael Keating

How can Scotland become a wealthier and fairer (and also healthier, safer, stronger, smarter and greener) country using the powers now devolved to the Scottish Parliament. Michael Keating outlines his most recent book, a collection of essays by CCC fellows on the political economy of constitutional change.


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