Principles and mechanisms to stabilise the Union: Lessons from federal states

Reports & Briefings
Bettina Petersohn

The Constitution Committee of the House of Lords is currently conducting an inquiry into the impact of devolution on the UK, what binds the constituent parts together and how the Union might be strengthened and reinforced. This briefing paper considers what lessons the UK might learn from federal countries and how the component nations of the UK can best work together.

PetersohnB_HofL_ConstitutionCtte_Union.pdf (709.96 KB, application/pdf)

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