An analysis of events leading up to the 2007 devolved elections in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, with consideration of the results of the election and their aftermath. It also discusses developments in regional government in England. The book then considers a range of broader issues including the role of Westminster MPs, devolution finance, intergovernmental relations and public policy making.
|Number of pages||263|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- public policy
- intergovernmental relation