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Devolution and Constitution

With or without you….? The EU Withdrawal Bill, the devolved administrations and legislative consent

Posted on 19 September 2017 by Lowri Jones

The EU Withdrawal Bill passed its first parliamentary hurdle in the House of Commons last week. Both the Scottish Government and the Welsh Government tabled legislative consent memorandums making clear their opposition to the Bill as it stands. In a guest article, Professor Nicola McEwen highlights the key issues at stake for devolution, and considers
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Devolution and Constitution, Uncategorized

New podcast – EU (Withdrawal) Bill and implications for Wales – the view from the experts  

Posted on 15 September 2017 by Lowri Jones

With the EU (Withdrawal) Bill having received its 2nd reading the House of Commons and shortly before the Bill enters its committee stage for detailed consideration, Dr Jo Hunt, Professor Roger Scully and Dr Huw Pritchard from the Wales Governance Centre come together to discuss the questions raised by the Bill and provide analysis of
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Devolution and Constitution

Come Together? Wales, Scotland, and post-Brexit Governance in the UK

Posted on 5 September 2017 by Dr Rachel Minto

In politics as in life, it’s all about timing. And it might just be that Wales’ time has finally come, to push forward the discussion about the governance of the UK post-Brexit, a subject which (until recently) had garnered precious little attention beyond Wales argue Jo Hunt and Rachel Minto. The 2017 General Election re-set
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Economy and Trade

Making Brexit work for Wales’ smaller firms

Posted on 29 August 2017 by Lowri Jones

Much of the Brexit debate to date has been dominated by discussions of the impact of Brexit on large-scale businesses sectors such as car manufacturing and financial services. But with small and medium sized firms the backbone of the Welsh economy, this guest article from the FSB Wales’ Matthew Williams, considers some of the findings
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