Centre on Constitutional Change's blog
The Brexit vote has been called a victory against big business. But Kenneth Amaeshi says it was a missed opportunity to grasp responsible capitalism.
Gareth Evans looks at why Wales bucked the trend of the devolved regions in the United Kingdom and voted in favour of Brexit.
What can Twitter tell us about the views of the electorate ahead of the UK’s EU referendum?
In EU parlance, Scotland is defined as a "region" and, more specifically, as one of the EU’s "legislative regions", a regional tier of government that has the power to enact laws over a range of policies within its jurisdiction.
Devolution was intended to enable the Scottish Parliament to design policies better suited to the needs of Scotland’s economy and society than those emanating from Westminster. However, in practice this was, and remains, subject to compliance with EU law.