This chapter assesses the impact of devolution on social policy through a number of dimensions. It addresses some wider consequences of devolution and social policy — the UK citizenship debate, devolved models of social policy and finally the future development of devolution and the future of devolved social policy. This chapter also discusses a number of factors constraining the evaluation of the impact of devolution on social policy.
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