Working to make government more effective

Kelly Shuttleworth

Research Assistant

Kelly was a research assistant at the Institute, working on the devolution team. She graduated from UCL in 2016 with a degree in Law, and then completed a Master’s degree in International Political Theory at the University of St. Andrews.

Since then, Kelly has worked at the Constitution Unit, University College London and at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, where she researched parliamentary scrutiny of the private sector.

All work

09 APR 2021 Explainer

Scottish parliament

The Scottish parliament at Holyrood in Edinburgh is the devolved legislature of Scotland.

31 MAR 2021 Explainer

Voting in the 2021 elections

On 6 May 2021, voters across Great Britain will go to the polls for devolved and local elections.

18 AUG 2020 Explainer

Devolution and the NHS

In the UK, the NHS is the umbrella term for the four health systems of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

26 MAR 2020 Explainer

Coronavirus and devolution

Major public services affected by the pandemic are the responsibility of the devolved administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.