As part of a new series of events on the future of devolution and the Union, the Institute for Government is delighted to welcome The Rt Hon Mark Drakeford, Welsh Labour… Read More »
Fife4Europe in conversation with Stephen Gethins about Scotland’s foreign policy, its impact on domestic policy, the divergence between Scottish and English foreign policy, and the challenges for the Union and… Read More »
Glasgow Loves EU are talking to David Lidington, former Europe Minister and Theresa May’s de facto Deputy Prime Minister, about the Northern Ireland, Devolution and more.
“The UK-EU agreement did prevent the potentially disastrous consequences of a no deal but it won’t end the Brexit debate or divisions, it may just prolong them.”… Read More »
Deal or not, the UK and Scotland with it face a chaotic New Year that hardly squares with the promises of “sunlit uplands” and “Global Britain”, says Kirsty Hughes, moderator of our European Conversations podcast… Read More »
On the day Keir Starmer sets out his ideas on devolution, we republish a long read from Prof Sam Whimster on whether and how Germany might serve as a federal model for the UK.… Read More »
The UK Government claims that its Internal Market Bill (IMB), which replaces the EU Single Market across the UK, will give new powers to devolved nations after the end of the transition period, while the devolved governments in Scotland and Wales regard it as a power grab. Who’s right? asks Vanessa Glynn… Read More »
In reply to our letter to EU leaders denouncing the UK Government’s breach of international law and threat to our democracy via the devolution settlement posed by the Internal Market… Read More »