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Trying to keep up with the ever-changing debate over constitutional change? You’re not alone. Constitutionally Sound is here to bring you analysis of some of the major constitutional issues affecting politics today. Join our host, Allan Little, as he engages our impartial experts in discussions of Brexit, Scottish independence, devolution, and much more. Find out what’s going on, and what to expect next, in the world of constitutional politics.
 
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Laura McAllister is Professor of Public Policy and the Governance of Wales at the Wales Governance Centre in the School of Law and Politics. Her research focuses on Welsh politics and elections, devolution, electoral reform, and gender in politics. She works closely with the Senedd on constitutional and political matters, most recently as Chair of …
 
Alan Convery is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, having joined the University in 2013. His PhD examined the impact of devolution on the Welsh and Scottish Conservative parties. He maintains research interests in conservatism and the UK Conservative Party (especially in Scotland and Wales); territorial politics and public policy; an…
 
In this episode of Constitutionally Sound, our host Allan Little, is joined by Katy Hayward, Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s University Belfast and Jonathan Powell was a British diplomat from 1979 to 1996 and from 1997 to 2007 was Chief of Staff to Tony Blair and the chief British government negotiator on Northern Ireland during that ti…
 
In 2014, Scotland voted 55% to 45% that Scotland should not be an independent country, and many thought that settled the matter for a generation. But much has changed in the years since, most notably Brexit and Covid-19. In 2021, how much does what was argued in 2014 remain the same? And what questions remain after the UK leaving the EU? In this ep…
 
Politics in Scotland since the independence referendum has been marked by the dramatic decline of a once dominant Labour Party. In Wales, Labour remains the largest party, leading government throughout the period of devolved government. In this episode of Constitutionally Sound, our host Allan Little is joined by the Centre on Constitutional Change…
 
The transition period for negotiating a future relationship between the UK and the EU will end on 31 December- what will be the consequences if a deal cannot be reached in the next few weeks? In this episode of Constitutionally Sound, our host, Allan Little gets the view from both sides of the talks from Professor Michael Keating (University of Abe…
 
The pandemic has not only exposed tensions between Westminster and the devolved nations of the United Kingdom, it has shone an unforgiving light on the way England is governed. It raises the question – is the UK state over centralised and unresponsive to regional variations and public need? Has the pandemic made the case for devolution in England? …
 
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