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Devolution: a flawed process exposed by the Supreme Court

Devolution: a flawed process exposed by the Supreme Court

When the Supreme Court published its ruling on the Article 50 case, it was one of the most significant developments in the UK’s recent constitutional history. The sovereignty of parliament was upheld, and Britain’s established model of representative democracy was reaffirmed, placing a clear constitutional limit on the executive power […]

Join the fight for local power

True democracy demands that decisions are made by representative groups of people with a clear understanding of the effects their decisions will have on ordinary people within the community. This is currently not happening. MPs in Westminster do not represent the average people affected by a lot of the decisions […]

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