Brexit, the UK and Scotland: the story so far: a constitutional drama in four acts

Rebecca Zahn, Maria Fletcher

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Abstract

The European Union (EU) referendum result has led to the unfolding of a domestic constitutional drama in the United Kingdom, which on its current trajectory could lead to its break-up. Written just prior to the anticipated trigger of the Article 50 TEU process to leave the European Union, this chapter maps that trajectory by considering the roles of the key institutional actors in the drama so far.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationScotland, the UK and Brexit
Subtitle of host publicationA Guide to the Future
EditorsGerry Hassan, Russell Gunson
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2017

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Keywords

  • constitutional law
  • Brexit
  • European Union
  • devolution
  • EU law

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Zahn, R., & Fletcher, M. (2017). Brexit, the UK and Scotland: the story so far: a constitutional drama in four acts. In G. Hassan, & R. Gunson (Eds.), Scotland, the UK and Brexit: A Guide to the Future Edinburgh.
Zahn, Rebecca ; Fletcher, Maria. / Brexit, the UK and Scotland : the story so far: a constitutional drama in four acts. Scotland, the UK and Brexit: A Guide to the Future. editor / Gerry Hassan ; Russell Gunson. Edinburgh, 2017.
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Zahn, R & Fletcher, M 2017, Brexit, the UK and Scotland: the story so far: a constitutional drama in four acts. in G Hassan & R Gunson (eds), Scotland, the UK and Brexit: A Guide to the Future. Edinburgh.

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Scotland, the UK and Brexit: A Guide to the Future. ed. / Gerry Hassan; Russell Gunson. Edinburgh, 2017.

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