Just how united is the United Kingdom? With Brexit ushering in a time of drastic change across our four nations, the UK’s relationships with the European Union and wider world have never been more ambiguous.
As Wales dreams of devolution, Scotland weighs up its own independence and Ireland’s unification issues continue to make headlines, discussions about electoral and parliamentary reform have invaded the cultural conversation. To make matters more complex, controversial political campaigns promising referendums and touting links to nationalism, heritage and identity have made the idea of unity one of the hottest topics of the day.
To explore the state of the union and what the future of the United Kingdom’s four nations might look like, we’ve gathered a panel of experts to share their thoughts.