Is fundamental reform of the UK’s territorial arrangements needed? If so, what might this mean in practice?
Uncertainties over the UK’s future territorial politics are great. The SNP is in turmoil, and the UK government’s block on Holyrood’s gender legislation is being challenged in the courts. Labour’s Brown Commission has recommended major changes, and further proposals are being developed in Wales. Renewed devolution within England is on the cards. Is fundamental reform of the UK’s territorial arrangements needed? If so, what might this mean in practice?
Dr Anwen Elias – Reader in Politics at Aberystwyth University, and member of the Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales
Kezia Dugdale – Director of the John Smith Centre at the University of Glasgow, and former Leader of the Scottish Labour Party
Professor Michael Kenny - Director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge
Chair: Professor Alan Renwick – Deputy Director of the Constitution Unit, UCL