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What's Wrong with the British Constitution?$
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Iain McLean

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780199546954

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199546954.001.0001

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The Impact of UK Devolution

The Impact of UK Devolution

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(p.157) 8 The Impact of UK Devolution
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What's Wrong with the British Constitution?
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Iain McLean (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199546954.003.0009

Devolution to Scotland since 1707. Church patronage 1707–1874. The Disruption 1843. The Jacobite risings. The Scottish Enlightenment. Revival of devolution since the 1960s. The shotgun conversion of Scottish Labour 1974. Failure 1974–9; success 1989–99. The Claim of Right (1689 and) 1989. Devolution to Northern Ireland since 1920. A Protestant Parliament in a Protestant state. The Troubles. The Good Friday Agreement. Constitutional framework. Devolution to Wales since 1964. ‘And to a lesser extent Wales.’ The weakest territorial department: Aberfan. Constitutional issues arising out of devolution. The Barnett Formula. The West Lothian Question, true and false. ‘English votes on English laws.’ Authority of subordinate parliaments. Formal (but empty) Diceyanism of the devolution statues. The Sewel Convention.

Keywords:   Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, devolution, Barnett Formula, West Lothian Question, Sewel Convention

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