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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…

‘Scotland: What Strategy as Brexit Talks Get Under Way?’ – New Policy Paper by SCER

Brexit is the elephant in the room in Scotland’s general election debate, but with Brexit talks under way by mid-June, all Scotland’s political parties – the Scottish government, MPs and MSPs – need clear strategic positions on the vast range of Brexit issues…

‘Scotland’s Brexit Choices’ – New Policy Paper by SCER

The Scottish Centre on European Relations today issues a new policy paper, ‘Scotland’s Brexit Choices’, by its Director, Dr Kirsty Hughes. Commenting on the paper, she said: “If there were a second independence referendum in March 2019, Scottish voters would know…

Launch of SCER: New Scottish EU Think Tank

A new, independent and unaligned Scottish EU think tank launches today in Edinburgh. The Scottish Centre on European Relations (SCER) aims to inform, debate, and provide up-to-the-minute, high-quality research and analysis of European Union developments and challenges. …