This weekend two first ministers went head to head with their competing views on the future of the Union.
Left Foot Forward’s Devolution Correspondent Ed Jacobs looks ahead to what 2013 has in store for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The UK braces ahead of the autumn statement tomorrow and the message from all the nations is clear – now is the time to change course.
A report in today’s Western Mail describes the opinion of some within the Wales Office who wish to dampen the debate on the findings of the Silk Commission.
After an eventful few weeks for devolution, Ed Jacobs looks at what the future of the UK may well be.
After the Silk Commission has finished its report, recommendations for greater fiscal powers have been well received in Wales.
Ed Balls and Vernon Coaker have committed the next Labour Government to putting an economic revival in Northern Ireland at the top of their agenda.
Wales Education Minister has dropped a heavy hint that Wales could establish its own examination system in the wake of the GCSE marking fiasco. Speaking just days after he ordered the Welsh based exam board, WJEC to remark all English language papers sat in Wales over the summer; Leighton Andrews has argued that an end [...]
A former SNP deputy leader and pro-independence heavyweight attacks the Yes campaign’s incoherence, striking “a hammer blow to Alex Salmond”.
Fractures have begun to appear in the Yes Scotland independence campaign as concerns over SNP dominance grow amongst its adherents.