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The Future of the Union

In their blog, Nicola McEwen and Dan Wincott evaluate the impact that Thursday's election may have on the union.

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What About Wales? Wales Manifesto Review

Jac Larner and Dan Wincott of the Wales Governance Centre examine the Welsh party manifestos.
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Infrastructure spending: reversing or encouraging regional inequality?

The gap between rich and poor areas in the UK is larger than any other Western European country. David Bell, Professor of Economics at University of Stirling, analyses the General Election 2019 manifesto pledges to reverse the upward trend in regional inequality.
polling

The Future of the Union

In their blog, Nicola McEwen and Dan Wincott evaluate the impact that Thursday's election may have on the union.
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Analysing the Manifestoes: Northern Ireland

Brexit has played a conspicuous role in the election in Northern Ireland, but, as in the rest of the UK, it has also been forced to compete for attention with other headline-grabbing political issues.
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The next parliament will face big dilemmas on Scottish independence

With the Scottish government focused on securing an independence referendum in 2020, the next UK parliament is set to face difficult dilemmas on how to deal with the matter. Jack Sheldon's blog for LSE, explains why the current position of the parties involved, and the trajectory of party support in different parts of the UK, mean that there is a real risk to stumbling towards another major crisis in the UK's territorial constitution.
Agriculture

Scottish Farmers Still Waiting for Clarity on Post-Brexit Policy

There are discussions and consultations underway about the future of Scottish agriculture after Brexit, but the broad consensus is that policy changes are needed now, Brexit or no-Brexit, states Michael Keating.