06 March 2018

With the Welsh and Scottish governments taking steps to pre-empt the EU Withdrawal Bill through their own continuity bills, the UK has moved a step closer to constitutional crisis, argues Jack Kellam.

27 February 2018

In the Government’s latest Brexit speech, David Lidington appealed to the Scottish and Welsh Governments to compromise on the EU Withdrawal Bill. But Akash Paun fears that agreement is now beyond reach.

21 February 2018

With an imminent resumption of devolved government in Northern Ireland increasingly unlikely, Jack Kellam explains what a return to direct rule would mean.

15 February 2018

The UK and devolved governments are edging towards agreement on the EU Withdrawal Bill. Akash Paun says a deal hinges on both sides making significant concessions.

06 December 2017

The Welsh and Scottish Governments are considering the introduction of 'continuity bills' to pre-empt a Westminster power grab. But even if this legislation passes it could still face a challenge in the courts, argues Jack Kellam.

15 November 2017

This May, metro mayors were elected in six English city-regions, but Yorkshire missed out on this latest wave of devolution. Jack Kellam and Akash Paun say that next time round, devolution in the county needs to take a step forward.

18 October 2017

At the first official meeting of the Joint Ministerial Committee on Brexit in eight months, some progress was finally made. Akash Paun hopes this is more than another false dawn.

26 September 2017

To break the deadlock between UK and devolved governments on Brexit, there must be a revival of intergovernmental mechanisms and compromise on all sides, argues Akash Paun

02 June 2017

Devolution is not a major theme of the election campaign. But with significant uncertainty hanging over the constitution, there are four big questions a new government will have to address. Akash Paun discusses what the manifestos say.

08 May 2017

Six new metro mayors have been elected. Dr Jo Casebourne looks at how they can now govern effectively.