Following the Conservative party’s election success in December 2019, is this a new dawn for constitutional reform?Read More 2020: A New Dawn for UK Constitutional Reform?
Why there is an urgent need to address the ‘politics of divisiveness’ after the General Election?Read More Fixing “Broken Politics” within the United Kingdom: Lessons from the “Toxic” General Election 2019
The independence movement is growing in Wales but it’s not clear whether it would be able to go it alone.Read More Brexit Uncertainty Boosts Support for Welsh Independence from the UK
Is Wales now ready to pursue independence from the UK Union?Read More After 20 Years of Devolution, Is Wales Ready to Leave the United Kingdom?
Why clarity over post-Brexit food standards and trade is urgently needed.Read More Clarity Over Post-Brexit Food Standards and Trade Is Urgently Needed
Mistaken links between the EU and the European Convention on Human Rights could be one factor that sees the UK losing out on these vital supranational laws.Read More Why The UK Human Rights Act 1998 Is At Risk Of Repeal Post-Brexit…It Needs To Be Protected
Was 2018 really a year of ‘constitutional crises’ for the United Kingdom?Read More Was 2018 Really A Year Of ‘Constitutional Crises’ For The UK?
Why it was necessary for the Prime Minister to reassert the need for collective ministerial responsibility over Brexit.Read More Theresa May Was Right To Reimpose Collective Ministerial Responsibility…It’s The Only Way To Govern
Why Wales was right to say ‘yes’ to the UK’s Brexit Bill, in seeking a political compromise, in light of the alternative legal reality.Read More Why Wales Was Right To Say Yes To The UK’s Brexit Bill
Why the Scottish Parliament refusing a Brexit Legislative Consent Motion signals new constitutional complexities for the UK.Read More Scotland’s Brexit Bill Rejection Could Be The Start Of A New Constitutional Crisis