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UK internal market principles will create distrust within the union, says new report

17 October 2020

New rules on the UK’s internal market will undermine devolution and create distrust between the governments of the United Kingdom, according to a new report

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Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives

14 October 2020

Panel discussion at Festival of Social Sciences to examine EU role in peace process

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Internal Market Bill: ‘Significant and centralising impact’ expected

8 October 2020

A new report for the Senedd highlights how the Bill has the potential to make significant changes to the UK’s territorial constitution

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Video: What happened in Wales in the 2019 UK General Election?

23 September 2020

Election results analysed in Wales Governance Centre webinar

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Less than half of Welsh prisoners return to settled accommodation on release, report says

16 September 2020

Academic calls for urgent debate about prisoner homelessness in Wales

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New reforms to 'strengthen our democracy in Wales'

10 September 2020

Since 2017, Professor Laura McAllister, part of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre, has been influential in the Senedd reform agenda

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Report examines Ireland-Wales Cooperation Programme

9 September 2020

Despite its relatively small size, the programme has actively contributed to the economic and sustainable development of Ireland and Wales

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UK Internal Market proposals pose ‘serious threat’ to devolved autonomy, says civil society

1 September 2020

The response highlights that the proposals, which suggest an unusually broad system of mutual recognition and non-discrimination, are lacking in detail and represent a serious threat to the regulatory autonomy of the devolved nations

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Older adult social care needs ‘reforming and resourcing’, concludes report

13 August 2020

Researchers have painted a picture of a vitally important sector that is under-resourced and which relies on unpaid labour from friends and relatives

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Wales has the lowest proportion of jobs in the UK that could be done from home, study finds

5 August 2020

Pandemic exacerbating economic inequalities, researchers say