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Communities and Culture, Devolution and Constitution

Brexit, equality and human rights in Wales

Posted on 16 November 2017 by Richard Martin

This week, the EU (Withdrawal) Bill moves to Committee Stage in the House of Commons and will, unusually, be debated on the floor of the house. Politicians from across parties are laying a wide range of amendments with the aim of securing changes to a defining piece of legislation for our times. We – the
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Communities and Culture

On the horns of a dilemma – how should Welsh public services be planning for Brexit?

Posted on 6 November 2017 by Richard Martin

Recent comments from Michael Bloomberg and the row over the letter from MP Chris Heaton-Harris to universities serve to confirm that the debate over Brexit is, if anything, intensifying, argues Michael Trickey. Here he considers how public services in Wales should plan for Brexit. It is now 16 months since the 2016 Referendum and the
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Communities and Culture, Devolution and Constitution

New research shows deep divisions persisting on Brexit

Posted on 26 October 2017 by Professor Roger Scully

Drawing on the most detailed examination of what the Welsh public think about Wales’ decision to leave the European Union, Professor Roger Scully outlines how latest research on attitudes to Brexit reveals that deep divisions still exist between Remain and Leave voters, and that no consensus is emerging among Welsh people on the Brexit process.
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Devolution and Constitution

Watch analysis of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill 2nd reading

Posted on 27 September 2017 by Lowri Jones

The morning after the 2nd reading of the UK Government’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill, the Wales Governance Centre, along with the Hansard Society and the UK and EU project, co-hosted an event in central London where MPs, academics and experts discussed the complexities of the bill. Here Daniel Denman, Legal Director at the UK Government’s Department
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