The Scottish government recommended to its Parliament (Holyrood) to withhold consent for the so-called “Great Repeal Bill.”
In a paper submitted to Holyrood on Tuesday, the government argues that the bill that ends the supremacy of EU law may undermine devolved governance by reinforcing re-centralization.
The issue at hand is the distribution of power between the center and the constituent parts of the UK. The Scottish government document is also endorsed by the Welsh government, although the ...

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