Every September the President of the European Commission President gives his State of the Union Address to the European Parliament.
On Wednesday Jean-Claude Juncker delivered the State of the Union Address for 2017 and took stock of the achievements of the past year, presented his priorities for the coming year and outlined his vision of how the EU might evolve by 2025.
The Department for Exiting the European Union has produced a paper setting out the British Government’s ideas on the post-Brexit relationship between the UK and the EU in the scientific field entitled Collaboration on science and innovation: a future partnership paper.
University of Aberdeen staff and students can access this paper through the Public Information Online database here. Public Information Online is a one stop shop for information from the UK and Scottish Parliaments; the Northern Ireland and Welsh Assemblies; the Scottish Government and other non-Parliamentary publications. Material is available from 2006/07 onwards. Access for UoA users is through the Find Databases tab on Primo. A Shibboleth/UK Federation log-in is required off campus.
This paper is also available on the DEEU website here.