By Professor Michael Kenny, Director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Jack Sheldon, Research Assistant and PhD candidate, both at the University of Cambridge.
The chance of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal in place has increased significantly since the election of Boris Johnson to the roles of leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Mi
Professor Philip Schlesinger of the University of Glasgow looks at Scotland’s post-devolution media and the wider forces driving change in the communications ecology.
In his contribution to devolution at twenty, Malcolm Harvey reflects on the changing Scottish party system.
Gwyn Bevan of the LSE reflects on devolution and the NHS in his contribution to the devolution at twenty series.
Brexit has shown that a referendum cannot resolve complex questions...It may give authority to a broad framework and guidance on a direction of travel but will not bring finality. Too much will be
In her contribution to our series on devolution at twenty, Amy Sanders examines the statutory Partnership between the Welsh Government and the third sector and assesses
Michael Kenny and Jack Sheldon
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.