Articles by Stuart A Brown

10 2020

A cocktail of Brexit and Covid-19 could yet be decisive for the achievement of Scottish independence

Stuart A Brown
Scottish independence voters in the 2014 referendum refused to accept the UK government’s position that this was a ‘once in a generation’ opportunity. Six years on and a second referendum is back on the agenda, writes Stuart Brown
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Stuart A Brown
Managing Editor, EUROPP Blog at the LSE's European Institute

Stuart has been Managing Editor of the European Politics and Policy blog since 2013. Since joining LSE in 2012, he has held positions at the LSE’s Public Policy Group and the European Institute.

He was previously a Senior Research Associate at the University of East Anglia and a Research Associate in the Policy Institute at King’s College London.

His research focuses on EU decision-making, European elections and the role of academia in politics.

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