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Scottish Affairs Committee
Because of the developing nature of the situation following the EU referendum, no deadline is being set for written submissions, but the earlier a submission is received the better it is able to inform the Committee's deliberations.
The overall EU referendum result was a vote for leave, but a breakdown of the vote shows that in Scotland a clear majority of people voted to remain. The inquiry looks at available options for retaining Scotland's EU membership and focus on how Scotland can best be represented in future negotiations.
Evidence given by Professor Alan Page, Professor of Public Law, University of Dundee, Dr Kirsty Hughes, Director, Scottish Centre on European Relations
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Scottish Affairs Committee examines how Scotland's devolution settlement might change post-Brexit