The citizens’ response: devolution and the union

John Curtice, B. Seyd

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the citizens’ response to devolution and the union. It is part of a collection which is based on a wide ranging programme of research, involving dedicated surveys and interviews across Scotland, Wales and England. The results provide important new evidence on how devolution has been seen to have performed. What are its perceived achievements? What are its shortcomings? Is the new devolution ‘settlement’ stable, or is there a demand for further reform? By bringing together perspectives from the public, members of the devolved legislatures and representatives of civil society, the book establishes a unique picture of where devolution in Britain stands today.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationHas Devolution Worked?
EditorsJ. Curtice, B. Seyd
Place of PublicationManchester
PublisherManchester University Press
ISBN (Print)0719075599
Publication statusPublished - 25 Nov 2009

Publication series

NameThe Devolution Series
PublisherManchester University Press

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citizen
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Keywords

  • devolution
  • devolved government
  • union

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Curtice, J., & Seyd, B. (2009). The citizens’ response: devolution and the union. In J. Curtice, & B. Seyd (Eds.), Has Devolution Worked? (The Devolution Series). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Curtice, John ; Seyd, B. / The citizens’ response : devolution and the union. Has Devolution Worked?. editor / J. Curtice ; B. Seyd. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2009. (The Devolution Series).
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