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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Monday 27 November 2017. We cannot guarantee that any evidence submitted after this date will be taken into account in the inquiry.
The UK's decision to leave the EU has significant ramifications for the internal constitutional arrangements of the UK. The current distribution of powers between central and devolved governments will be altered by Brexit, potentially placing additional strain on the current constitutional arrangements. Developing processes to both manage and deliver these changes will be a key element to the UK's successful departure from the EU.
Evidence given by Michael Carpenter, Former Speaker's Counsel, Professor Nicola McEwen, Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh
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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes report on Government's approach to EU Withdrawal Bill
Explanatory Notes to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
Scottish Government's memorandum
Welsh Government's memorandum