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12th February 2014
post by Pat Kane

In an effort to broaden the debate, we've asked two prominent figures in Scottish arts and culture to address the theme How could a Yes or a No vote help Scotland cope better with the future? In this feature, sci-fi writer Ken MacLeod and musician Pat Kane will present their cases. Pat's argument for a yes follows.

11th February 2014
post by Coree Brown Swan

In an effort to broaden the debate, we've asked two prominent figures in Scottish arts and culture to address the theme How could a Yes or a No vote help Scotland cope better with the future?

10th February 2014
post by Laura Cram

In this piece, originally published at the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum, Professor Laura Cram discusses the potential relationship between Scotland and the European Union in the event of a yes vote, arguing that 'we might expect more continuity in Scotland’s relationship with the EU than immediately perceptible radical change'.

6th February 2014
post by Coree Brown Swan

Coree Brown rounds-up the blogs of January, which cover a number of topics including constitutional issues associated with the vote, alternative proposals for devolution, and the nature of Britishness.

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