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14 Jun 2017

Politics and Society

This project will track and analyse what kind of future relationship between the UK and the EU voters would like to see put in place and monitor voter’s reactions to the progress of the negotiations between the UK and the EU. At the same time, the project will assess the potentially disruptive consequences of Brexit for Britain’s political future.

Unlike England and Wales, Scotland voted to remain in the EU and the Scottish Government wishes to maintain a close relationship with the EU – perhaps by seeking membership for Scotland in its own right. The project will track and analyse both whether there is public support north of the border for a closer relationship with the EU and the impact that Brexit is having on support for Scottish independence.

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