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Next week’s Northern Ireland Assembly election comes at a time of increasing polarisation over Brexit. Historian and crossbench peer Paul Bew looks ahead to the vote
The Skills Commission is today calling for devolution funding to be based on an area’s ambition and need, not just population or business size, to ensure devolved areas can fill the skills gap.
Labour’s mayoral candidate for Liverpool Steve Rotherham writes for PoliticsHome on his reflections of Donald Trump’s election and devolution.
With speculation that Theresa May is planning to row back on plans for Metro Mayors, Labour’s mayoral candidate for Liverpool Steve Rotheram warns against depriving the regions of their fair share of influence.
Local councillors have raised concerns over the Government's proposed 'Metro Mayor' model, writes Dods Monitoring's Tom Southern.
The Welsh Affairs Committee’s report ‘The Future of Nuclear Power in Wales’ shows how the Welsh economy will benefit from new nuclear power in Wales, and has been welcomed today by the trade body for the nuclear industry, the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA).
A barrister giving evidence to the National Assembly’s CLA Committee gave a “D minus” to the current Wales Bill. Welsh Assembly Committee Chair, the former Labour MP and Minister Huw Irranca-Davies AM explains why.
The Institution of Civil Engineers recommends in its report, State of the Nation: Devolution, published today, that devolution settlements should include flexible but prudential approaches to attracting investment for infrastructure.
Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly have come out in support of a new campaign aimed at raising awareness of unclaimed welfare benefits.
Another day, another horrific poll for Scottish Labour.
Devolution deals to devolve power from central government to local areas in England offer opportunities to stimulate economic growth and reform public services for local users, but the arrangements are untested and government could do more to provide confidence that these deals will achieve the benefits intended, according to the National Audit Office.
Chair of the All-Party Group on the Irish in Britain, Conor McGinn MP reflects on the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising.