Constitutional futures: Transforming the UK's political landscape.
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This article outlines the impact of significant constitutional reform in the UK. It uses scenarios of minimum and maximum outcomes of the process of devolving government to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Domestic issues could include financial tensions, human rights, parliamentary reform, reorganization of the civil service and moves towards a written constitution for the UK. Internationally, changes to the UK's relations with other countries may result. The article concludes that currently the minimalist scenario is the closest representation of the UK's constitutional future.
|Title:||Constitutional futures: Transforming the UK's political landscape|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Political Science|
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