With polls predicting that this will be the closest election in recent history, and that many voters still undecided, Kirstein Rummery discusses how women and disabled people could make a significant difference. This post appeared in today's edition of The National.
With the General Election fast approaching, the SNP continue to hold a huge lead over Labour in the Scottish opinion polls. Craig McAngus asks Peter Lynch and Eric Shaw, both of the University of Stirling, why is this and what may it mean for the future constitution of the UK?
Charlie Jeffery looks at the Conservatives conversion to EVEL and asks if it reflects genuine concerns about how England is governed or short-term tactical opportunism?
So now we have it confirmed. David Cameron and William Hague last Friday pledged the introduction of English Votes on English Laws (EVEL) within 100 days should the Conservatives win the general election. They did so to boot while launching a special election manifesto for English voters only, another first in this extraordinary election campaign.