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9th February 2015
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The Political and Constitutional Affairs Committee took evidence from academics in a session to scrutinise pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft clauses for a Bill to implement further devolution to Scotland.
4th February 2015
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The House of Lords Constitution Committee questioned leading academics Professor Michael Keating and Dr Mark Elliott as part of its scrutiny of the draft clauses of a future Scotland Bill.
9th January 2015
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Presentation by David Bell at Insider Top 500 Business Breakfast 2015, Sheraton Hotel, Edinburgh
7th January 2015
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The House of Lords Constitution Committee took evidence from leading constitutional academics Professor Alan Trench, Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Professor Nicola McEwen and Professor Alan Page.
11th December 2014
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Academics from the CCC giving evidence at the Devolution (Further Powers) Committee
11th November 2014
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Nicola McEwen and David Bell giving evidence at the Welfare Reform Committee
28th October 2014
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David Bell giving evidence on the Scottish Government’s Draft Budget 2015-16
28th October 2014
post by Charlie Jeffery
The choice Scotland makes in the referendum on 18 September 2014 - whether or not to be an independent country - has dominated political debate. But what happens after the referendum?

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