Kirsty Hughes, director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations and author of a new report, explains some of the challenges and opportunities facing Edinburgh
Political leaders risk exacerbating the consequences of this terrible biological crisis by inflicting a new geopolitical one
Philip Rycroft / March 20, 2020
It is right to move more posts outside London but pay attention to the senior leadership roles—and the resources in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
The arrangement was imperfect but provided for more certainty than we have today
Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos / March 4, 2020
The Eurosceptic right spies a chance to fulfil its long-held ambition of human rights destruction
Two former Remainers battle it out
As the EU’s new trade boss, Irishman Phil Hogan has the power to determine the UK’s economic future. What will he do with it?
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Kirsty Hughes / February 25, 2020
Edinburgh’s strategy for collaboration with the continent is a work in progress
David Henig / February 21, 2020
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