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Unwritten Rule: How to Fix the British Constitution
by Stephen Green, Thomas Legg and Martin Donnelly
Haus Publishing, 2021
Paper: 978-1-913368-30-2 | eISBN: 978-1-913368-31-9

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
A consideration of how to repair the British state.

Not since Ireland broke away from the United Kingdom has the British state been so fragile. Northern Ireland now operates under trading rules that are legally separate from the rest of the nation. In Wales, support for independence is running at a historical high, and Scotland is more conscious than ever of its individual identity and has aspirations for a European future. With public trust and confidence in government at record lows, the United Kingdom faces a crisis that can only be repaired by a new constitutional settlement. Unwritten Rule calls for a radical realignment, embracing a federal approach that would accommodate devolution as the best way of bringing about a successful and diverse national life, increasing democratic control over local and national decision-making, and modernizing national political structures.

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