The creation of devolved assemblies and parliament for Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland empowered government in each country to promote equality of opportunity. This book explores the impact of this constitutional change in the UK in respect to public policy and law. It sets out evidence of divergent legal rights and policy approaches designed to end enduring patterns and processes of inequality and discrimination.
Subjects: Political Science
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