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New podcast from CCC!

Trying to keep up with the ever-changing debate over constitutional change? You’re not alone. We are very excited to announce the launch of our podcast, Constitutionally Sound! In episode 1, our host, Allan Little, discusses Brexit, devolution and the future of the Union with CCC's Nicola McEwen and Philip Rycroft.
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Devolution or delegation? What the revolt of the metro mayors over lockdown tells us about English devolution

Michael Kenny and Tom Kelsey, the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, discuss the row between Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham and Westminster over tier 3 restrictions in October, which they argue highlight the imbalance in the UK model of devolution. What impact will this have on the existing model of devolution in England?
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Brexit, Wales and the Internal Market Bill: a failure of soft law?

A long read from Greg Davies, Cardiff University, discussing intergovernmental relations during the Brexit process and how the UK Internal Market Bill represents a failure of soft law.
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The Scottish Continuity Bill. Will it work?

Michael Keating discusses the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Continuity) (Scotland) Bill, exploring its aims and the challenges the Scottish Government face with this Bill.
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The European Union and the Northern Ireland Peace Process

Giada Lagana, Cardiff University, discusses her new book 'The European Union and the Northern Ireland Peace Process'. In this blog, Giada provides an overview of the book and explores the role of the EU in the Northern Ireland peace process, as well as its role more generally in peace building, and the impact of Brexit for Northern Ireland.