In a blog originally published at the UK in a Changing Europe, Professor Nicola McEwen discusses the implications of Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson's resignation.
What does the British public want in terms of a longer-term relationship with the European Union?
Michael Keating discusses the implications of the UK Government's Internal Market Bill for the Scottish Parliament's Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee.
Has Brexit triggered a constitutional crisis?
The UK Government’s Internal Market Bill sparked controversy when the Northern Ireland secretary, Brandon Lewis, conceded the government’s willingness to depart from international law in overriding
Giada Laganà explores the effectiveness of the Ireland-Wales Cooperation Programme and the EU's role in managing and developing cross-border cooperation.
Analysis from Nicola McEwen on the Internal Market Bill, exploring the suggested recentralisation of power and the implications for the Sewel convention and intergovernmental
CCC Director, Michael Keating, responds to the UK Government's Internal Market Bill, explaining the impact this is likely to have on devolution and the devolved settlements.
The policy report by Dr Giada Lagana and Professor Daniel Wincott is relevant t
The Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics