- General Election 2017
- Performance Tracker
- Whitehall Monitor
- Parliament and the political process
- Better policy making
- Connecting Policy with Practice: People Powered Change
- Leadership for government
- New models of governance and public services
- Ministers Reflect
- A more effective Whitehall
Published: 27th February 2017
A look at devolution initiatives in the East of England, the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough deal and the challenges ahead.
Published: 23rd February 2017
The situation in Northern Ireland following the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Published: 22nd December 2016
This briefing note discusses the future of devolution in NE England.
How the UK and devolved governments should work together on leaving the EU
Published: 24th October 2016
The UK and devolved governments should work together on leaving the EU.
Evidence sharing and learning between the UK’s four governments
Published: 3rd February 2016
In October 2015, the Alliance for Useful Evidence and Institute for Government held a joint roundtable event in Cardiff, exploring opportunities for evidence exchange and policy learning between the UK and devolved governments.
How to form and sustain a government after another hung parliament
Published: 30th March 2015
The UK once had a highly majoritarian political system, with power alternating between two dominant parties. The vote share of the two large parties has declined dramatically – 35% is now regarded as a winning rather than a losing vote share.
How the four governments of the UK co-operate, negotiate and compete
Published: 19th February 2015
Our major study of devolution in the UK has focused on how to provide effective government in the context of an increasingly complex and fluid constitutional settlement.
Future constitutional scenarios for the UK
Published: 11th September 2014
This new paper analyses 16 future constitutional scenarios for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, ranging from Scottish independence to various models for further devolution.
A data-driven analysis of Whitehall and the devolved administrations
Published: 29th August 2014
This report is the first publication in our Governing After the Referendum programme of work, and is a collaboration with the Institute’s Whitehall Monitor.
Published: 7th May 2014
This report focuses on how the Civil Service should work with the two coalition parties in year five of the coalition as each develops its policy plans for the next parliament. It considers the challenges likely to arise in the final year, based on evidence of how the Coalition...