The capacity of the National Assembly for Wales

The third of a series of videos considering the implications of the Silk Commission report

With two weeks to go before Scotland makes its momentous decision on whether to stay within the union, the IWA and the UK’s Changing Union Project has been exploring the implications for Wales.

In March the Silk Commission concluded its three year inquiry into the Welsh devolution settlement, and at a special conference on September the 11th, the IWA will be bringing together some of the key figures in that debate to revisit the Silk Commission’s recommendations in the light of the Scottish vote.

Ahead of that conference we are running a series of videos looking in turn at some of the key elements of the Commission’s findings.

In this third video Prof Laura McAllister explains her research into the capacity of the National Assembly for Wales in the light of the Silk’s Commission’s view that there should be “at least” 80 Members (20 more than present)

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