A Federal Constitution for the United Kingdom: An Alternative to Devolution
This text puts forward the case for considering a federal option rather than devolution for Scotland. It examines the leading federal models in existence and in the light of their experiences seeks to construct an appropriate model for the United Kingdom.
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An Examination of Leading Federal Models
The Financial Relations Between the Commonwealth
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