Wales has been squeezed harder than Scotland under the Barnett Formula.
The implications of the Smith Commission's report for the rest of the UK were highlighted both by the Prime Minister and leaders of English local government within a few hours of its publicatio
The independence referendum focussed the attention in the UK and beyond on Scotland.
Richard Wyn Jones discusses the ‘Better Together’ campaign, the economic fortunes of Scotland and Wales and the ‘Barnett bonus’.
Roger Scully of Cardiff University takes a look at attitudes in Wales towards the possibility of their fellow devolved nation leaving the UK.
New research shows that while people in both England and Wales oppose Scottish independence, they have rather differing views about what should happen after the independence referendum on 18th
Event at the Assembly with Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre on this year's Scottish independence referendum.
Guest blog by Francesca Dickson, Cardiff University