This hub is intended to be useful to those seeking information on the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, the process for leaving and the negotiations of a new relationship between the UK and the EU. Material has been selected by impartial researchers within the Scottish Parliament Information Centre.
The hub is not an exhaustive source of information on the outcome of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. It does not, for example, contain links to mainstream media, blogs, twitter feeds or other social networking sites. Nor should inclusion on the Hub of any paper, briefing or website produced by any organisation or individual be taken to imply approval or endorsement by the Parliament of the content of any such document or website.
Scottish Parliament Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee
- The EU referendum and its implications for Scotland inquiry (On-going from 30 June 2016)
- SB 16-58i European Union Referendum: results (24 June 2016)
- McIver, I. and McGrath, F. SB 16-60 Following the EU Referendum- Frequently Asked Questions (30 June 2016)
- EU withdrawal timeline (19 April 2017)
- The UK’s withdrawal from the EU – who’s who (25 April 2017)
SPICe provides a weekly update on the current developments on the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.
Special edition: Scottish Government Proposals for Scotland’s Place in Europe
Latest update: 23 May 2017
You can view all the previous updates on the Latest Developments page.
- Agriculture: including CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) and rural development
- Climate change
- Constitutional matters: including UK and European Union issues, negotiations to exit and alternatives to EU membership
- Consumer Protection: including food safety
- Culture and Tourism: including digital economy
- Economy and Finance: including financial services and taxation (VAT)
- Energy: including renewables, efficiency, security and infrastructure
- Environment: including regulations and pollution
- Equalities and Human Rights
- European Funding: including colleges European Social Fund
- Free Movement and Migration: including employment and social policy, Schengen, borders, labour mobility, social security rights and visas
- Higher Education: including student migration and ERASMUS
- Inter-Governmental Relations: between the UK and Scottish Governments and the other devolved administrations
- International Trade: including agreements and regulation requirements
- Justice: including security issues, organised crime and European arrest warrants
- Research and Development: including Horizon 2020
- Single Market: including digital
- Transport: including passenger rights