19 Sep 2014

With the Scottish vote, Brussels can heave a great big sigh of relief

Michael Emerson

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On the morning after the momentous vote in Scotland, Michael Emerson also breathes a deep sigh of relief that the nightmare scenario of secession will not unfold and expresses his hope that Brussels can now return to its own business, with its renewed leadership feeling a bit encouraged to go about their burdensome agenda with more confidence.

Michael Emerson is Associate Senior Research Fellow at CEPS.

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