On the evening of Monday 5 October 2015, the Wales Governance Centre and the Constitution Unit at UCL launched our joint report, “Delivering a Reserved Powers Model of Devolution for Wales” in London. The full Storify, which includes tweets and reflections of our launch, can now be found here. The report itself can be found here.
A report from a group of leading constitutional and legal experts published today (Thursday 24 September 2015) warns that the UK Government’s devolution proposals for a ‘reserved powers’ model of devolution for Wales are unlikely to be workable and will fail to provide a clear, robust and lasting settlement. The report, Delivering a Reserved Powers Model […]
Radical new thinking is required to tackle the funding crisis facing Wales’s public services, says a leading Welsh political expert ahead of a major debate at the Eisteddfod. Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Director of the University’s Wales Governance Centre, is hosting a distinguished panel which will consider how public services can flourish at a time […]
Experts from the Wales Governance Centre will be putting the recent General Election under the microscope at the National Eisteddfod. At the event, Professors Richard Wyn Jones and Roger Scully from the Centre will be giving their expert opinion on what happened at the election, and analysing the results in full. They will also be presenting […]
On Tuesday 16 June, the Centre welcomed Professor Richard Rawlings (University College London) to deliver its 2015 Annual Lecture to a capacity audience at the historic Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay. Professor Rawlings’s lecture was titled, “Political and Legal Responses to Territorial Constitutional Crisis”, in which he provides an in-depth personal analysis of the current […]
Research Assistant (0.8FTE) Wales Governance Centre, Cardiff School of Law and Politics Post Reference Number: 3591BR The Wales Governance Centre is seeking a research assistant to contribute to the collection, disaggregation, analysis and presentation of public finance data as part of a new Welsh fiscal accountability report that will be published by the Wales Governance […]
If you missed yesterday’s General Election 2015 Review with Professor Roger Scully, you can now catch it live here…
“Wales, the Union, and the Future” Speech by the Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales “Devolution and the Future of the Union” UK’s Changing Union project, British Academy, 5 June 2015 Introduction Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I should begin by expressing my thanks to the organisers of today’s event for their […]
In the second Wales Governance Centre podcast, Professor Richard Wyn Jones discusses the Human Rights Act and devolution with Cardiff Law School lecturer Manon George and lawyer Emyr Lewis.
Here’s the first Wales Governance Centre at Cardiff University podcast. In this edition, Professors Richard Wyn Jones and Roger Scully discuss the recent General Election in Wales.
- Storify of the London launch of “Delivering a Reserved Powers Model of Devolution for Wales”
- NEWS: Leading experts warn that proposals for ‘reserved powers’ for Wales will leave major constitutional problems unresolved
- Public services need ‘radical’ approach says Centre Director
- Welsh politics experts to discuss 2015 General Election at the Eisteddfod
- WGC 2015 Annual Lecture Now Available Online