And given how unworkable that devolution
scheme proved to be, I don't think it is fair to John Morris to remember him for that."
The CBI is clear that devolution
should not undermine one of the UK's great strengths: a single, internal market enabling firms to do business subject to a common set of business taxes, the core plumbing of an energy single market, and common rules for employment law and financial regulation.
But Scots Labour leader Iain Gray dismissed devolution
max as "irresponsible".
The District Auditor warned: "The council is aware there has been no clear consensus among officers and councillors on the vision, purpose and nature of devolution
On the revenue allocation tussle that pits the National Assembly against the Senate, Kibwana warned that the devolution
could be strangled if a solution is not found soon.
Mr Oparanya said that although many Kenyans appreciate devolution
, accountability was still a challenge in the counties.
It needs what devolution
was meant to enable but has actually made more remote and bureaucratic.
It also outlines the arguments that devolution
of APD could unlock the potential of Cardiff airport, boost the Welsh brand and promote economic growth.
A federal law officer argued that the decision of the hospital's devolution
had not been taken by the cabinet, which was mandatory under the law.
It was announced in November 2017, more than a year after the previous devolution
deal which was to include all seven North East councils - Newcastle, Gateshead, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Sunderland and Durham - was scrapped.
Jeremy Corbyn is in a muddle over North of Tyne devolution