Amid the upheaval surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and increasingly heated debates on devolution, the Labour Party has set out its vision for the future of the UK’s constitutional arrangements. Aiming to capitalise on voters’ frustrations with the status quo, the party hopes its promises can bring an end to its prolonged spell in opposition. Yet delivering on them once in power, argue Patrick Diamond and David Richards, will present many dilemmas.
|Media of output||LSE Politics and Policy|
|Publisher||LSE Politics and Policy Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Jan 2023|
- Constitutional reform
- British politics
- Labour Party
- Levelling Up