Addressing devolution’s engagement deficit

By Jonathan House | 03 November 2015
  • Jonathan House

Our polling with Ipsos Mori and NLGN reveals that the majority of the public, while supportive of localising decision-making in principle, know little or nothing about the ‘devolution revolution’.

This is hardly surprising given the UK is historically a relatively centralised country and devolution from central to local government is still at a relatively early stage.

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