Does Johnson have an appetite to unpick devolution asks Dan Wincott as he evaluates communications, intergovernmental relations and devolution from a Welsh perspective during the current public
CCC's Nicola McEwen, David Bell and Associate Fellow Akash Paun gave evidence to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee discussing the impact of coronavirus on Scotland.
Richard Parry provides an update on policy relating to coronavirus in Scotland and the UK, reviewing how Nicola Sturgeon is coming from a position of political and epidemiological s
There has been a steady flow of daily statisics for Covid-19 cases in the UK, however, these are most probably understatements of true numbers.
The RSE working group, chaired by CCC Director Michael Keating, has submitted a response to the inquiry on Coronavirus and Scotland by the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee.
The general emergence from lockdown is in full flow.
Guest blog from Professor Emyr Lewis and Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz, Aberystwyth University, interpreting the lockdown provisions in the Public Health (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regul
Coree Brown Swan and Daniel Cetrà, Fellows at the Centre on Constitutional Change, reflect on how Unionist voices have made the case for state unity during the Covid19 pandemi
Is devolution problematic to crisis management?
As the Scottish Government finally publishes a strategy for emerging from lockdown, it has been able to hold on to the maximum time and benefit from full restrictions.