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Tag: devolution

Tommy Sheppard on the Union

In the day before Westminster broke up, for the summer that is - Westminster has been breaking up day after day during the course...

Lib Dems accused of “going backwards” on devolution as party drops...

  By a Newsnet reporter The Lib Dems have been accused of 'going backwards' on devolution after media reports revealed that powers previously earmarked...

Labour’s Devolution Commission finally meets as Referendum agreement nears

By Martin Kelly The Labour party have announced the make-up of their working group tasked with looking at whether the Scottish Parliament...

Tory candidate calls for fewer powers for Scotland

By a Newsnet reporter A former Tory parliamentary candidate in the 2011 election and current local council candidate has gone against Prime Minister David...

‘Ball in UK court’ as committee says Scotland Bill is not...

By Martin Kelly  The Scotland Bill will not be recommended to the Scottish Parliament after a committee set up to scrutinise its proposals admitted...

Blow to ‘anti-Independence’ campaign as Michael Moore admits ‘Union outdated’

By G.A.Ponsonby  Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore has caused astonishment by claiming he is no longer a Unionist and that the centuries...

After Devolution: How Do We Change Scotland?

by Gerry Hassan, the Scotsman, March 8th 2011 The last decade of Scotland has shown the limits of devolution and the power of the...

The Establishment

Part 1 of a 3 article series by Faux Cul What I see, even clearer than before, is that the mask is cracking and slipping...

Devolution has Failed

SPEAKERS CORNER...by The Panda Devolution has failed. Devolution has failed in Scotland Devolution has failed for Scotland When Holyrood was...

Nation to Nation: The Problem of Speaking for Britain

SPEAKERS CORNER...Gerry Hassan Open Democracy, October 29th 2010 BBC ‘Question Time’ is BBC’s flagship UK political programme, or at least once was. Now with...