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The United Kingdom faces a momentous decision, whether to leave or to remain in the European Union. Voters, who will soon be asked to settle the matter in a referendum, are looking for more information and impartial analysis. Among the matters covered were: The impact of the EU on the economy and jo... Read more
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New analysis by Prof David Bell, a CCC Fellow based at the University of Stirling, has concluded that those benefits newly devolved under the Scotland Act 2016, “are typically older, more likely to be single following the death of a partner, not in employment and heavily dependent on benefits and pe... Read more
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New e-book released today by The David Hume Institute, Centre on Constitutional Change and The Hunter Foundation. Britain's Decision - Facts and Impartial Analysis for the EU referendum on 23 June 2016. The Hunter Foundation has teamed up with some of the UK’s leading European scholars to produce a... Read more
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The Hunter Foundation has teamed up with some of the UK’s leading European scholars to produce a free ebook to answer voters’ questions before the EU referendum on June 23rd. The ebook, Britain’s Decision – Facts and Impartial Analysis, involves scholars from the Centre on Constitutional Change and... Read more
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Newcomers to a devolved political environment can find it bewildering says political scientist and incomer, Dr Matthew Wall, Senior Lecturer in Politics at Swansea University. Here he offers a few pointers for the Welsh election.    When I first moved to Wales in 2012, I knew next to nothing about W... Read more
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A landmark new report by the Wales Governance Centre (WGC) at the University of Cardiff, Government Expenditure and Revenue Wales 2016, gives the clearest picture yet of the state of welsh public finances. Guto Ifan and Ed Poole at the WGC, explain that the report shows that public sector expenditur... Read more
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Campaigning has started in earnest but, says Dr Jo Hunt, from a Welsh perspective there’s a sense of having been watching the process from the sidelines until now.   The UK’s entire reform and renegotiation agenda has been a highly centralised one, being driven from Number 10. Whilst the Prime Minis... Read more
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The Smith Commission Agreement, published on 27 November 2014, set out proposals for substantial fiscal devolution to the Scottish Parliament. The Scotland Bill – due to receive Royal Assent shortly – will enshrine these powers in law. Both the Smith Commission Agreement and the UK Government’s su... Read more
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The Smith Commission Agreement, published on 27 November 2014, set out proposals for substantial fiscal devolution to the Scottish Parliament. The Scotland Bill – due to receive Royal Assent shortly – will enshrine these powers in law. Both the Smith Commission Agreement and the UK Government’s subs... Read more
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The decision by the Secretary of State for Wales to pause the legislative process for the Wales Bill not only makes constitutional sense but, say Huw Pritchard and Lleu Williams of the Wales Governance Centre, it’s good politics.  The Secretary of State for Wales, Stephen Crabb, promised to make “si... Read more
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