Jack Sheldon and Michael Kenny consider why Boris Johnson’s televised address on a phased approach to easing lockdown has sparked public disagreements with the devolved governments,
Richard Parry discusses the varied responses to the pandemic between the devolved nations in the UK and beyond, and what this tells us about the relationship between the polit
Michael Kenny and Jack Sheldon, University of Cambridge, discuss the seemingly co-ordinated approach from governments throughout the UK in response to the coronavirus, but all may n
After three years of stasis, devolution in Northern Ireland is grinding back into gear, following the publication at the end of last week of
In this blog from our "Twenty Years of Devolution" series, Colin Reid, Professor of Environmental Law at University of Dundee, notes that while the role of EU law in environmental matters has s
Eric Shaw from University of Stirling, evaluates the Labour Party's record in Scotland since devolution and asks to what extent is their Scottish demise a consequence of the logic of devolution
Should SNP opponents start trying to understand why the party is so successful instead of 'treating nationalism like a virus to be cured'?
Jonathan Evershed of University College Cork explores the DUP strategy ahead of Saturday's debates.
By Professor Michael Kenny, Director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Jack Sheldon, Research Assistant and PhD candidate, both at the University of Cambridge.
The chance of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal in place has increased significantly since the election of Boris Johnson to the roles of leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Mi