Brexit and Devolution: The UK Government’s bind

Posted on 20 April 2017 by Richard Percival

Now that Article 50 has been triggered and the Great Repeal Bill white paper published, the intensive discussions with the devolved administrations promised by UK Government should to begin. Richard Percival assesses the tricky legal road ahead for the Government if it is going to succeed without damaging Brexit plans, the Union and the constitution.
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Brexit: A vortex for UK food and farming

Posted on 11 April 2017 by Professor Kevin Morgan

Food and farming has not been high on the Brexit agenda to date and is currently suffering from a Cinderella status in negotiations argue Professors Terry Marsden and Kevin Morgan. Here they maintain that an urgent debate is needed about its future given that it is a sector critical to future employment, public health, ecological
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