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Title: Brexit and Energy in Scotland
Authors: Little, Gavin
Issue Date: Jan-2018
Citation: Little G (2018) Brexit and Energy in Scotland, Edinburgh Law Review, 22 (1), pp. 144-149.
Abstract: First paragraph: Brexit, however it emerges (and assuming that it will emerge), poses two key questions for energy governance and regulation in Scotland. Firstly, what impact might it have on Scotland’s energy strategy? Secondly, what are its possible UK-wide effects?
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