The UK’s membership of the EU played a supporting role in maintaining the domestic Union, even as devolved powers grew. Brexit has exposed the legal fragility of the UK internal market at a time when relations between Westminster and the devolved governments are especially fraught. Proposals to replace EU regulation with new all-UK frameworks may reduce the risk of internal barriers, but they could also further centralise power in London.
Our next Isolation Insight webinar will explore these tensions and consider how they might play into debates on the future of the Union itself.
- Dr Katy Hayward, senior fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
- Professor Nicola McEwen, senior fellow, UK in a Changing Europe
- Professor Dan Wincott, director of Governance after Brexit
- Peter Foster, public policy editor, Financial Times
- Chair: Professor Anand Menon, director, UK in a Changing Europe
Date and time: 12noon – 1pm, Thursday 9 July
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