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Independent and unaligned EU think tank in Edinburgh

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‘The Repeal Bill: Legal and Practical Challenges of Implementing Brexit’ – New Policy Paper by SCER

‘The Repeal Bill: Legal and Practical Challenges of Implementing Brexit’ New Policy Paper by SCER 29 June 2017 The Scottish Centre on European Relations today issues a new policy paper, ‘The Repeal Bill: Legal and Practical Challenges of Implementing Brexit’, by Dr Tobias Lock, SCER

Brexit Timetable Looks Impossible and Softer Brexit Unlikely – New Publications

The Scottish Centre on European Relations today launches two publications focused on the prospects for Brexit amidst the continuing political uncertainty. The Brexit Timetable The Brexit Timetable: Key Questions and Challenges for the UK and Scotland is a new SCER Policy Paper by Dr Kirsty Hughes…

Federal Trust

Kirsty Hughes participates in a panel discussion on German-UK views on the future of the EU in London

Prospect

Kirsty Hughes writes a commentary outlining the difficulties ahead for a Brexit transition and trade deal

InFacts

Kirsty Hughes writes a commentary on political reaction in Scotland to the Brexit first phase deal

Clyde 2

Kirsty Hughes speaks on Scotland’s Talk In on developments around the Brexit phase one agreement

Sunday Herald (Glasgow)

Kirsty Hughes is quoted on the shape of Brexit following the phase one deal

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