Devolution and Constitution


A constitutional continuum

Posted on 19 March 2018 by Glyndwr Cennydd Jones

The UK is a unitary state comprising England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, all of which are intrinsically linked culturally and historically in modern times through shared industrial, political and international experiences. Devolution aimed to address a measure of perceptible disenchantment due to unease with over-centralisation whilst retaining sovereignty in the hands of the Westminster
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Brexit, equality and human rights in Wales

Posted on 16 November 2017 by Catherine May

This week, the EU (Withdrawal) Bill moves to Committee Stage in the House of Commons and will, unusually, be debated on the floor of the house. Politicians from across parties are laying a wide range of amendments with the aim of securing changes to a defining piece of legislation for our times. We – the
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