Reading Time: 4 minutes This guest blog from Professor James Harrison from Edinburgh Law School the UK’s new role as an independent coastal state.
Reading Time: 5 minutes This guest blog from Prof Michael Heath and Dr Robin Cook from the University of Strathclyde summarises a report on modelling the consequences for the North Sea of post-Brexit fisheries negotiations failing to reach agreement.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The third round of future relationship negotiations between the EU and the UK government took place last week. This blog looks at what happened and what might happen next?
Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog looks at what still needs to be done legislatively ahead of the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020 and whether the rush to pass legislation towards the end of the year will limit the opportunities for parliamentary scrutiny.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Under EU law, the UK will leave the transition period on 31 December 2020. When this happens, it is likely to lead to one of three outcomes, each of which are explored in this blog.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The impact of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) global pandemic appears to make extension of the Withdrawal Agreement transition period more likely. This blog sets out three key challenges for the UK government in its considerations over whether an extension to the transition period should be sought.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The future relationship negotiations between the UK government and the EU have now begun. This blog examines the potential role for the devolved legislatures in the process.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The future relationship negotiations between the UK government and the EU begin in Brussels on 3 March 2020. This blog examines how the devolved administrations can influence the negotiations.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Analysis of the Scottish Government’s Exports 2018 publication
Reading Time: 8 minutes This guest blog focuses on the political priorities of European Union (EU) member states in the current phase of EU-UK negotiations (March 2020 onwards)