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House of Commons, Library Research Papers:


House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee Home Page

Scotland Online

Scottish Parliament

Scotland's Quest for Home Rule (Glasgow Herald information)

Welsh Affairs Committee Home Page

Welsh National Assembly


Scottish and Welsh Political Parties on theWeb

Plaid Cymru
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The Scottish Liberal Democrats
Scottish National Party


Scottish and Welsh Devolution:

reading list

Barendt, E., An Introduction to ConstitutionalLaw (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998) chap.3

Bates, T StJ, Devolution to Scotland(T&T Clark, Edinburgh, 1997) chap.2

Blackburn, R., and Plant, R., (eds.), ConstitutionalReform (Longmans, London, 1999) chaps.12, 13

Brazier, R., "The Scottish Government" [1998] PublicLaw 212

Brazier, R., "The constitution of the United Kingdom" (1999) 58 Cambridge Law Journal96

Burrows, N., "Unfinished business" (1999) 62 Modern Law Review 241

Gow, N., "A poisoned chalice?" (1998) 148 NewLaw Journal 65

Hazell, R., (eds.), Constitutional Futures(Oxford University Press, 1999) chaps.3, 7, 9, 13

Jowell, J. and Oliver, D., The Changing Constitution (4th ed., Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2000) chap.5

McFadden, J., “The Scottish ConstitutionalConvention” [1995] Public Law 315

McFadden, J.A., and Lazarowicz, M., The Scottish Parliament (T&T Clark, Edinburgh, 1999)

Rawlings, R., "Concordats of the constitution"(2000) 116 Law Quarterly Review 257

Royal Commission on the Constitution (Cmnd.5460, 1973)

White Papers, Devolution within the UK(Cmnd. 5460, 1974), Democracy and Devolution(Cmnd.5732, 1975), Our Changing Democracy(Cmnd.6348, 1975), Devolution to Scotland and Wales(Cmnd.6585, 1976), Scotland in the Union (Cm.2225,1993)
 
 


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