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 approa
In his contribution to the devolution at twenty series, Neil McGarvey of the University of Strathclyde examines the effect of devolution on local government, arguing that it is time for change.
As the Scottish Parliament returns from recess, Aileen McHarg of Durham University analyses the constitutional logic of Scottish devolution.
In her contribution to our series on devolution at twenty, Dr Hayley Bennett highlights the importance of examining both policy ideas and implementation approaches for devolved social securit
When devolution started, the civil service was not fully let go by the UK Government.
Education was always destined to be at the heart of the Scottish Parliament’s activities.
In her first contribution to the twenty years of devolution series, Professor Kirstein Rummery (University of Stirling) explores social justice in Scotland in light of devolution.
In this week's instalment of our Twenty Years of Devolution blog series CCC Co-director Professor Nicola McEwen looks at how Brexit in particular will shape the Scottish Parliament's future.
Jonathan Evershed (University College Cork) looks at the recent success of middle ground parties in Northern Ireland.
In this week’s instalment of our series on devolution at twenty, CCC Director Professor Michael Keating asks whether devolution has fulfilled its promise?