Welsh devolution and the problem of legislative competence

@article{Moon2017WelshDA,
  title={Welsh devolution and the problem of legislative competence},
  author={David S. Moon and Tom L. Evans},
  journal={British Politics},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={335-360}
}
With political consensus reached across Wales and Westminster that the current conferred powers model of Welsh devolution should be replaced with a reserved powers model as exists in Scotland and Northern Ireland, this article looks back at the systems instituted under the Government of Wales Act (2006) and compares it with the proposals contained within the draft Wales Bill (2015) and Wales Bill (2016). This involves an in-depth comparison of the consequences for legislative clarity and… Expand
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