New domestic constitutional arrangements will emerge in the UK after it has left the EU. SPICe’s post-Brexit hub will help you to identify and understand the changes which affect Scotland.
The hub is organised into three sections: common frameworks, intergovernmental relations and key legislation. Developments in these areas will determine how Scotland and the rest of the UK interact post EU exit.
Common frameworks are agreements which establish policy direction in areas where devolved and reserved powers and interests intersect.
Intergovernmental relations are the processes and procedures by which the Scottish Government, UK government and other devolved administrations work together.
The key legislation section covers legislation at the Scottish Parliament and at the UK Parliament (where it has an impact on Scotland) which is driven by the UK’s exit from the EU.
Click on one of the buttons below to learn more about these arrangements in Scotland.