Reading Time: 9 minutes On 17 November 2023, the Scottish Government published the latest policy paper in its Building a New Scotland series. The paper focused on an independent Scotland in the EU. This blog examines some of the key issues covered in the Scottish Government’s paper.
Reading Time: < 1 minute SPICe has published the first of its quarterly intergovernmental activity updates, which covers quarter 3 (July to September) of 2023. ‘Intergovernmental activity’ refers to work
Reading Time: 3 minutes SPICe has launched a new intergovernmental activity hub. This hub collates information on intergovernmental activity between the Scottish Government and the UK Government, Welsh Government,
Reading Time: 3 minutes King Charles III’s coronation took place on 6 May 2023. After a coronation, it is custom for a monarch to visit Scotland, Wales, and Northern
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (“the Bill”) is passing through the UK Parliament. It is currently moving between the House of Commons
Reading Time: 5 minutes The coronation of King Charles III will take place on Saturday 6 May 2023 at Westminster Abbey. This blog gives an overview of what will
Reading Time: 10 minutes This blog gives an overview of the key themes from the Office for the Internal Market’s first reports.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Common frameworks are intergovernmental agreements that set out how the governments of the UK nations will work together to manage regulatory divergence in policy areas
Reading Time: 7 minutes Over almost two years, the House of Lords Common Frameworks Scrutiny Committee has been conducting an inquiry into common frameworks. The Committee published its first
Reading Time: 9 minutes A look at the judgment on the Supreme Court reference and its implications for the Scottish Government’s plans for a second independence referendum.