Recent months have seen a surge of public interest in the future constitutional shape of the United Kingdom. The fatalism of some about the near-certain breakup of the country are offset by the optimism of those contemplating root-and-branch constitutional reform. In this briefing, Mireia Grau Creus (Institut d'Estudis de l'Autogovern) and Karlo Basta (University of Edinburgh), and chair, Daniel Cetrà (Centre on Constitutional Change) provide some comparative context by revisiting the political implications of similar reforms in Canada and Spain.
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