Alan Convery, Malcolm Harvey and Craig McAngus in conversation with Bettina Petersohn. They look at the polls and how the parties are responding to the ongoing constitutional debate.
The most recent results of the Scottish Referendum Study have been widely discussed in the media. The research invetigated what motivated Scots to vote Yes or No in September's referemdum. We'll be following up with a blog outlining the significance of the results and will post the video of the launch of the report once it is avauilable. For now, here are the findings as they have been released to the media.
Video footage from the Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies and the Centre on Constitutional Change event at the University of Stirling on 4 March 2015.
Craig McAngus reviews Nicola Sturgeon's speech, writing that the Scottish First Minister is trying to convince those on the reformist left that a sizeable and effective SNP presence in the House of Commons would be a positive development. This blog originally appeared on LSE British Politics and Policy.
Anyone watching the Labour leadership’s refusal to rule out a post-election agreement with the SNP, would be forgiven for thinking such an arrangement was unique. However, explains Daniel Cetrà, pro-independence parties offering support to minority governments is nothing new – as evidenced by Spain.
There has been a great deal of comment recently about the prospect of the SNP supporting a minority Labour government in Westminster.