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Further information on the issues following the UK’s EU referendum.

The UK’s 2016 EU referendum has now take place, and this course is coming to an end. However, analysis on the issues from the University of Edinburgh will continue in the weeks, months and years ahead.

In particular, you can find commentary and insight from:

European Futures

European Futures is the University of Edinburgh’s blog on Europe. It brings insight and analysis to the issues facing the UK and Europe today, from politics and economics to law and history and beyond. It will continue to offer analysis on the UK’s relationship with the EU as this is redefined in the period ahead.

Centre on Constitutional Change

The Centre on Constitutional Change provides research and analysis on the UK’s changing constitutional relationships. Based at the University of Edinburgh, it delivers insight on contemporary constitutional issues, devolution in the UK and international territorial issues.

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