|Author (Corporate)||UK in a Changing Europe|
|Publisher||UK in a Changing Europe|
|Series Title||UKiCE Reports|
|Publication Date||March 2022|
The UK constitution and system of governance have recently been subjected to unprecedented strain. Brexit and COVID-19, in conjunction with the governing style adopted by the Johnson administration, have raised profound questions as to whether the norms and conventions that form the basis of the UK’s uncodified constitution are still fit for purpose.
These are the issues that are brought together in this report, in which 41 leading scholars assess the impacts of Brexit, Covid-19 and the Johnson government on our constitution and system of governance. They discuss whether these arrangements, that have evolved over decades if not centuries, are sufficiently robust and fit for the purpose of governing a diverse and complex United Kingdom.
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|Subject Categories||Law, Politics and International Relations|
|Subject Tags||Constitutional Law, Electoral Law | Systems, National Law | Legal Systems, National Parliaments, Regional Dimension, Rule of Law|
|Keywords||COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Northern Ireland, Post-Brexit, Scotland
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom, Wales|