The Northern Ireland Civil Service under Direct Rule and Devolution

@article{Carmichael2003TheNI,
  title={The Northern Ireland Civil Service under Direct Rule and Devolution},
  author={Paul Carmichael and R. Osborne},
  journal={International Review of Administrative Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={69},
  pages={205 - 217}
}
Although the United Kingdom is usually regarded as a unitary state in the mould of the Westminster model, in reality, complete political integration and administrative standardization have never existed. Recent political devolution consolidates an increasingly diverse and asymmetrical pattern of territorial governance. Frequently, however, notwithstanding some notable exceptions, this differentiation within the UK's governmental arrangements is overlooked in much of the literature. To help… Expand
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