Debating Scotland's Future

Indyref 5 Years On

As we mark the fifth anniversary of Scotland's independence referendum, Coree Brown Swan rounds up the CCC's commentary and analysis.

RT @psa_parl: We're counting down to #Parl19 by highlighting an upcoming paper each Friday. This week: ‘‘Strengthening interparliamentary r…

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Thoughts from @ailsa_henderson on the implications of David Cameron's 19 September 2014 speech. https://t.co/U7EHBSqYNQ

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The CCC's @Coree_Brown is @LSEpoliticsblog today discussing Scottish Labour and the constitution https://t.co/6Q1RkdzXXX

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We asked our researchers the hard questions on #indyref #indyref2 and #brexit. Check out their responses here https://t.co/DMXXSU8xlt

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Devolution in the UK: governing each NHS with one hand clapping?

Gwyn Bevan of the LSE reflects on devolution and the NHS in his contribution to the devolution at twenty series.
Debating Scotland's Future

Indyref reflections

Five years on, have the fundamentals of independence changed? Friends and fellows of the CCC respond.
Debating Scotland's Future

Indyref 5 Years On

As we mark the fifth anniversary of Scotland's independence referendum, Coree Brown Swan rounds up the CCC's commentary and analysis.
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Devolution, the Third Sector Partnership and Equalities in Wales

In her contribution to our series on devolution at twenty, Amy Sanders examines the statutory Partnership between the Welsh Government and the third sector and assesses its impact on equalities.  

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What’s the point of devolved international development programmes? Thoughts from Wales

In their contribution to our series on devolution at twenty, Craig Owen and Susie Ventris-Field of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs reflect on the Welsh approach to international development.
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The Northern Ireland-only backstop revisited

Amid growing speculation that Boris Johnson is prepared to look again at a Northern Ireland-only backstop, CCC Fellow Jonathan Evershed asks whether and how it might provide a solution to the Brexit logjam.