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Local Government and the EU: the impact of Brexit

Evidence from Professor James Mitchell, Academy of Government, University of Edinburgh to Local Government and Communities Committee, December 14th 2016.   Understanding EU-Local government relations   The European Union, and its antecedents, was insinuated into the activities and responsibilities of … Continue reading

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Brexit and Indyref2

This week has once more seen protagonists and antagonists raise the prospect of a second independence referendum in the event of Brexit. The Financial Times based an article on the premise that ‘some SNP opponents suspect its leaders secretly hope … Continue reading

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What will Nicola Sturgeon be hoping for on June 23rd?

There has been much speculation on the implications of the EU referendum for the unity of the UK. A list of EU supporters have suggested that a vote for BREXIT will lead to the break-up of Britain. But what logic … Continue reading

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