Field work dates: 25 September 2020 - 5 October 2020
Data from: Scotland
Results from: 1 poll
|Fieldwork end date |
|5 October 2020|
Poll by Survation
|The Bill will lead to ‘scores of new powers’ coming to the Scottish Parliament||23%|
|The Bill will lead to a ‘power grab’ of responsibilities held by the Scottish Parliament||33%|
The UK government recently published the “UK Internal Market Bill” which sets out what will to happen to powers formerly held in the European Union, and how trade between the four nations of the UK will work after the transition period ends at the end of 2020 and the UK formally leaves the EU single market. The UK government says the Bill means that “scores of new responsibilities will flow to Holyrood” (the Scottish Parliament), while the Scottish government says the Bill is a “power grab” by the UK government on responsibilities held by the Scottish parliament.
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