A year of devolution

Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England have cast their lots on the devolutionary wheel of fortune, with mixed results. Some have begun to fulfil their destinies, using new self-governing powers to attract more inward investment, development and commerce to their regions. Others have not, becoming mired in bureaucratic red tape ...

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