Devolution at 20 is a comprehensive analysis of how devolution has worked in the UK over the past two decades. The devolved institutions in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are now established as permanent features of the UK constitution, while devolution has allowed greater democratic expression and policy innovation in all three nations.
The report was undertaken by the Institute for Government with the support of the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust. It argues that Devolution has been a qualified success but there are many challenges ahead.
Read the full report on our publications page.