Still more questions than answers on the legal implications of Brexit in Scotland, experts argue
Mark McKergow reports for CommonSpace on a legal seminar in Edinburgh on Brexit, looking at the environment, consumer protection, family, trade/tax plus more
A YEAR after the triggering of Article 50 and following several near-crisis moments in the negotiations, legal experts in Edinburgh agree that there are still many more questions than answers to the legal implications of Brexit.
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FOLLOWING the recent disappointing General Election results, Common Weal director Robin McAlpine wrote on CommonSpace about the benefits of getting away from talking about referendums and onto the meat of developing ideas about how an independent Scotland can work.
Brexit and constitutional complexities are mounting for the UK, warn legal experts
Mark Mckergow reports for CommonSpace on a recent seminar in Edinburgh looking at the huge legal and constitutional issues prompted by Brexit
AWARENESS of the legal and constitutional issues raised by Brexit is growing, with little as yet in the way of response from the UK Government.
This was the message from a seminar a few days ago on 'Brexit and Scotland: Implications for law and government' at the Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh, supported by the Scottish Centre on European Relations (SCER).