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
The coronation of King Charles III
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
First Annual report from the Office for the Internal Market
Reading Time: 10 minutes This blog gives an overview of the key themes from the Office for the Internal Market’s first reports.
From single-use plastics to the deposit return scheme: How are Common Frameworks and UK Internal Market Act exclusion processes operating?
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
What’s happening with common frameworks? Views from the House of Lords and Scottish Parliament
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
UK Supreme Court: Reference by the Lord Advocate of devolution issues
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.
Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill Legislative Consent Memorandum
Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog looks at the Scottish Government’s legislative consent memorandum on the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill.
The UK Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill – overview and Part 1
Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog explains the significance of Part 1 of the UK Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill and considers how it may affect Scotland.
Retained EU law: what’s it all about?
Reading Time: 7 minutes This is a joint guest blog with Professor Tobias Lock. Professor Lock is Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law at Maynooth University and is also an
A second independence referendum
Reading Time: 8 minutes On Tuesday 28 June 2022 the First Minister made a statement to Parliament on a second independence referendum. Following the First Minister’s statement the Scottish