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  1. In the United Kingdom, devolution is the Parliament of the United Kingdom's statutory granting of a greater level of self-government to the Scottish Parliament, the Senedd (Welsh Parliament), the Northern Ireland Assembly and the London Assembly and to their associated executive bodies the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government, the Northern Ireland Executive and in England, the Greater London Authority and combined authorities.

  2. Pages in category "Devolution in the United Kingdom" The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .

    • Irish Home Rule
    • Northern Ireland
    • Scotland
    • Wales
    • England
    • Crown Dependencies
    • Competences of Devolved Administrations
    • See Also
    • Further Reading

    The issue of Irish home rule was the dom­i­nant po­lit­i­cal ques­tion of Britishpol­i­tics at the end of the 19th and be­gin­ning of the 20th cen­tury. Ear­lier in the 19th cen­tury, Irish politi­cians like Daniel O'Con­nell had de­manded a re­peal of the Act of Union 1800 and a re­turn to two sep­a­rate king­doms and par­lia­ments, united only in...

    Home Rule came into ef­fect for North­ern Ire­land in 1921 under the Fourth Home Rule Act. The Par­lia­ment of North­ern Ire­land es­tab­lished under that act was pro­rogued (the ses­sion ended) on 30 March 1972 owing to the desta­bil­i­sa­tion of North­ern Ire­land upon the onset of the Trou­blesin late 1960s. This fol­lowed es­ca­lat­ing vi­o­len...

    Ever since the Par­lia­ment of Scot­land ad­journed in 1707 as a re­sult of the Acts of Union, in­di­vid­u­als and or­gan­i­sa­tions had ad­vo­cated the re­turn of a Scot­tish Par­lia­ment. The drive for home rule first took con­crete shape in the 19th cen­tury, as de­mands for it in Ire­land were met with sim­i­lar (al­though not as wide­spread) d...

    After the Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542, Wales was treated in legal terms as part of Eng­land. How­ever, dur­ing the later part of the 19th cen­tury and early part of the 20th cen­tury the no­tion of a dis­tinc­tive Welsh polity gained cre­dence. In 1881 the Sun­day Clos­ing (Wales) Act 1881was passed, the first such leg­is­la­tion ex­clu­sively con...

    Eng­land is the only coun­try of the United King­dom to not have a de­volved Par­lia­ment or As­sem­bly and Eng­lish af­fairs are de­cided by the West­min­ster Par­lia­ment. De­vo­lu­tion for Eng­land was pro­posed in 1912 by the Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment for Dundee, Win­ston Churchill, as part of the de­bate on Home Rule for Ire­land. In a speech in...

    The leg­is­la­tures of the Crown de­pen­den­cies are not de­volved as their ori­gins pre­date the es­tab­lish­ment of the United King­dom and their at­tach­ment to the British Crown, and the Crown De­pen­den­cies are not part of the United King­dom. How­ever, the United King­dom has re­de­fined its for­mal re­la­tion­ship with the Crown De­pen­den­...

    North­ern Ire­land, Scot­land & Wales enjoy dif­fer­ent levels of leg­isla­tive, ad­min­is­tra­tive and bud­getary au­ton­omy. The table shows the areas and de­gree of au­ton­omy and bud­getary in­de­pen­dence. Ex­clu­sive means that the de­volved ad­min­is­tra­tion has ex­clu­sive pow­ers in this pol­icy area. Shared means that some areas of pol­i...

    Bogdanor, Vernon (2001). Devolution in the United Kingdom. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19280128-9.
    Swenden, Wilfried; McEwen, Nicola (July–September 2014). "UK devolution in the shadow of hierarchy? Intergovernmental relations and party politics". Comparative European Politics. 12 (4–5): 488–509...
    Blick, Andrew (2015), "Magna Carta and contemporary constitutional change", History & Policy.
  3. in the united kingdom, devolution is the parliament of the united kingdom 's statutory granting of a greater level of self-government to the scottish parliament, the senedd (welsh parliament), the northern ireland assembly and the london assembly and to their associated executive bodies the scottish government, the welsh government, the northern

  4. Die Yorkshire Devolution Movement ist eine parteiübergreifende und parteilose Kampagnengruppe, die sich für ein direkt gewähltes Parlament für die gesamte traditionelle Grafschaft Yorkshire einsetzt, mit Befugnissen, die keiner anderen dezentralisierten Verwaltung im Vereinigten Königreich überlegen sind.