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The news that the main opposition parties at Holyrood will issue a declaration on extra powers for the Scottish parliament should be viewed as another sign that Better Together has got its act together.
English politicians can learn something from the Scottish example of devolution, writes Richard Carr.
People want a greater say when it comes to public services, according to most polling. Here’s how Ed Miliband can start to give it to them.
With the Scottish independence argument hotting up, it’s important that the issue of devolution in England is not overlooked, writes Neil Foster.
Shadow Welsh Secretary, Owen Smith, has launched a scathing attack on the UK Government for launching a politically motivated “war on Wales” to shore up their position in England.
Scotland’s referendum has led to re-engagement with social citizenship but we must engage at all times – not only when our unity is under threat.
The UK government is today expected to publish draft legislation that would pave the way for the Welsh Assembly and government to be given greater powers and freedoms to raise money.