The UK constitution needs urgent reform to fix crisis of trust in UK politics.
The justice sector needs a system-wide data strategy to address current deficiencies.
A new central government approach is needed to reduce regional inequality.
Ministers have to work with the Treasury to achieve their goals.
How well a ministerial team works depends greatly on the secretary of state.
There are many competing demands on your time as a minister.
The UK constitution has been under pressure in recent years, but it is not broken or in disarray, writes guest author Brian Christopher Jones.
This guest paper argues that the UK’s model of democracy and government does not put citizens at the heart of decision making – it should.
This guest paper from Tim Leunig outlines a more cohesive way to approach cabinet formation
This guest paper explores the constitutional history of Northern Ireland, and the challenges it faces today.