A no-deal Brexit would be highly controversial in all three devolved nations and increase risks to the Union itself.
How Northern Ireland has functioned since the collapse of power-sharing in 2017.
A comprehensive analysis of how devolution has worked in the UK
Brexit places the Union of the United Kingdom at risk, with politicians “underestimating the struggle” that will follow if the UK leaves the EU, argues Tony Blair.
The Brexit effect is tearing up the rules of government
Twenty years after devolution, Ministers in Scotland and Wales say they are ignored by the Government in Westminster, and this feeling has been heightened in the wake of the Brexit referendum, says a new report by the Institute for Government.
All four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must go back to the drawing board to redefine their relationships.
The UK and devolved governments should work together on leaving the EU.