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Constitutional Debates: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot

Join us to discuss John Lloyd's book 'Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot' and whether Scotland could economically prosper as an independent country. With John Lloyd, Andrew Wilson and Kezia Dugdale as chair.

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RT @JYDenham: Carwyn Jones SM, (former First Minister Wales), Nick Pearce (ex No 10 Policy Unit), and Nicola McEwen (Edinburgh) discuss 'Co…

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RT @WCfPP: NEW BLOG: In our latest blog @SarahKyambi discusses the potential impact the new post #Brexit #migration system could have on #W…

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Not getting Brexit done - yet

CCC's Michael Keating gives his take on the Brexit deal, arguing that Brexit will continue to be on the agenda for a while yet.
Poster for Constitutional Debate

Constitutional Debates: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot

Join us to discuss John Lloyd's book 'Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot' and whether Scotland could economically prosper as an independent country. With John Lloyd, Andrew Wilson and Kezia Dugdale as chair.
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Remembering Craig McAngus

Today we had to say goodbye to our Associated Fellow, colleague and friend, Craig McAngus. Craig was laid to rest after his tragic death on 16th December. He was 34 years old. Our hearts are broken.
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Devo-max or Deja-vu max?

Following Labour leader Keir Starmer’s speech on devolution, Graeme Roy and Stuart McIntyre of the Fraser of Allander Institute suggest that, without a massive u-turn in economic philosophy, the promised ‘radical reform to economic and political devolution’ is unlikely to produce proposals for meaningful change.
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Response to Keir Starmer's speech on devolution and Scottish independence referendum

Keir Starmer set out Labour's devolution plans ahead of the Scottish Parliament elections in May, promising to decentralise powers from Westminster and set up "a UK-wide Constitutional Commission to consider how power, wealth and opportunity can be devolved". Our Fellows had some comments on the speech.
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Time stands still for Brexit but not Covid

As an epic year for global public policy reaches its end, Richard Parry discusses the way that the pandemic has impacted other aspects of the political cycle.