Sue Gray

Sue Gray

When is devolved government not devolved government? Answer: when the central government exercises powers that were supposed to be devolved, ignoring the objections of the so-called devolved government. Another answer, of course, applies to the north, where the administration isn’t a government at all, but a glorified county council with no pretensions to take on... Read more »

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