Time to ditch the Assembly

By Richard Stokoe | 30 June 2021

At the dawn of the millennium, New Labour devolved powers from Whitehall to regions. Stormont was established post the Good Friday agreement, Holyrood came into being and the Senedd brought new life to Welsh politics.

Alongside these regional assemblies and parliaments came the introduction of directly elected mayors.

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