The Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales acknowledges each option requires UK government involvement.
Years of political turbulence, economic shocks and the failure to ‘level up’ as pledged have turned English devolution into a key political and constitutional issue
What does the future hold for Wales and Welsh Labour in the wake of Drakeford’s resignation?
The Welsh government has taken steps to ensure that the Welsh language plays a more prominent role in welcoming refugees and migrants.
Governmental support is failing the country’s most vulnerable households. Politicians need to act now.
Angela Rayner’s expansive policy brief faces the threat of ‘short-termism’ perhaps more than any other. If Labour win power, will Rayner be able to fight against these short-term political incentives?
More than a decade of austerity in English local government has squeezed councils to their utter financial limits.
When directly elected mayors doggedly advocate for their city-region, they can make things happen, regardless of budgetary and devolution constraints.
The fallout over the Scottish government’s gender recognition legislation has not happened in isolation.
The UK government has vetoed Scotland’s gender recognition reform (Scotland) bill, which aims to make it easier for people to change their legal gender.
The plan to abolish the House of Lords has drawn the most attention but Labour is also proposing radical changes to how power is distributed.
The Scottish government wanted to trigger a second independence vote without consulting Westminster but that has been deemed not legally permissable.
The title was last held by a Welshman in the 1400s.
New Zealand’s largest city is governed by a small, remote body with only a semblance of representative democracy. Given the city’s massive challenges, is that good enough?
What started out as a community project with local schoolchildren has garnered an official endorsement and countless memes. It has also sparked a national conversation
The current government has been keen to centralise but has seen the value of local support during the pandemic.
A year since the law was changed, women were still not getting access to abortion services.
There is talk of delay, but the Scottish parliament has been working since last year to make sure this vote can be held safely.
Local authorities are on the front line of the coronavirus crisis but London continues to hold the purse strings.
It might not have been good for Johnson, but things seem to be working out well for Scottish workers.