The St. David’s Day process
Verdicts from our guest bloggers: Elin Royles, Adam Evans and Richard Parry.Read More
Women in Politics: Reflections on the referendum and beyond
Register now for this International Women’s Day event on 4 March @ Stirling University.Read More
ESRC Centre on Constitutional Change @ The Copper Beech Cafe
Join us in the last in a series of consultation events discussing home rule and what it could mean for Scotland.Read More
Latest blogs & news
6th March 2015
Labour has been trailing the SNP in the polls for months but, argues Dr Craig McAngus, First Past the Post is an unforgiving master and may yet tip the scales in Jim Murphy's favour.
6th March 2015
On the day that Sir John Major has decried the idea of a Labour/SNP post-election deal as a threat to the Union, Ian Dunt, editor of politics.co.uk, argues that such an arrangement might be just the thing the Union needs.
5th March 2015
Jackie Gulland, University of Edinburgh, looks at the latest welfare proposals which seem to add to the strange and confused history of Severe Disablement Allowance and its predecessors.
4th March 2015
Post-devolution administrations have fed Scots a sugary diet of Nordic benefits without the hi-tax, hi-income roughage and fibre. Dr Malcolm Harvey asks how long this ‘all gain, no pain’ diet can last.
2nd March 2015
The current round of enhancements to the devolution settlements, including that to Wales, require establishing more formalised mechanisms for relations between governments if they are to prove enduring, says Dr Elin Royles of Aberystwyth University.