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.
Richard Parry looks at the development and use of devolved powers after the Welsh Government decides not to make it easier to drive to England
In this week’s instalment of our series on devolution at twenty, CCC Director Professor Michael Keating asks whether devolution has fulfilled its promise?
In the latest blog in our "Twenty Years of Devolution" series, CCC Fellow Professor Michael Kenny (University of Cambridge) ponders the omission of England from the UK's twenty year old devolut
In a guest blog, Pete Wishart MP, Chair of Westminster's Scottish Affairs Committee, outlines the key findings of the Committee's inquiry into UK-Scottish intergovernmental relations.
In the first instalment of our series on devolution at twenty, the University of Edinburgh’s David McCrone shares his thoughts on the success of the Scottish Parliament.
Jack Sheldon (Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge) looks at the constitutional issues facing Britain's next Prime Minister.
CCC Fellow Richard Parry reviews Theresa May's abortive plan to get her Brexit "deal" through the Commons as her premiership terminates abruptly.