Reading Time: 7 minutes The Scottish Parliament will vote on a motion on whether or not to consent to the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill on 7 October 2020. This blog outlines some of the views of organisations in Scotland on the Bill and provides some examples of how the provisions of the Bill might affect different policy sectors.
Reading Time: 7 minutes This blog provides a short analysis of the Scottish and Welsh Governments’ positions on the Internal Market Bill as set out in their Legislative Consent Memorandums for the Bill.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This third and final SPICe blog in the series on the internal market white paper examines the proposals from the perspective of intergovernmental relations in the UK.
Reading Time: 7 minutes This second of a series of SPICe blogs on the UK Government’s internal market white paper examines some of the proposals comparing them to the principles and structures which previously supported the functioning of the UK’s internal market as a result of EU membership.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Following the publication of the UK Government’s ‘UK Internal Market’ White Paper, this blog looks at what an internal market is, the value of Scottish exports to the rest of the UK and the implications of the UK Government’s proposals.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A look at the UK Government’s seventh statutory report on the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018 and Common Frameworks.
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: 4 minutes A round-up of recent events around Scotland’s constitutional future.
Reading Time: 6 minutes This guest blog explores some of the challenges which common frameworks pose for Parliamentary scrutiny.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In this guest blog Professor Nicola McEwen considers the impact of the Brexit process on the authority of the Scottish Parliament.