14 June 2018
by Dervla Simm and Megan Smith
The EU referendum was won on the back of promises to "take back control" from Brussels, but the question of where this control should reside post-Brexit has proven to be a complex and politically contentious issue in the continuing Brexit debate. Although the Welsh and UK governments have now reached an agreement on the devolution provisions in the EU Withdrawal Bill1 ("EUWB"), the Scottish Government is not backing down. It seems that Westminster and Holyrood are set for a legal and political collision, with potential implications for the stability of the Union.