Centre on Constitutional Change

@Coree_Brown will be presenting 'Should we stay or should we go? A tale of 5 referendums' in #Aberdeen… https://t.co/2uq3udYdnq

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@ailsa_henderson @JonTonge @roger_scully You will have also seen this week that we are hiring! We're looking for a… https://t.co/TfBkV6zFpf

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We also saw CCC Fellow @ailsa_henderson present at #PSABriefing along with Prof John Curtice, @JonTonge and… https://t.co/ErypTLyAV1

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CCC Fellow @michaelkenny_ took part in this week's @TPpodcast_ talking all things #GeneralElection2019 and the comp… https://t.co/XSM9sPoWu8

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Scottish Town

Politicians would be wrong to ignore issues facing our towns

Can we generalise the fortunes of towns in the UK? Ben Goodair and Michael Kenny from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy argue that the patterns and policy challenges are very different in Scotland, and debates over the prosperity of towns in Scotland is likely to surface in the upcoming election campaign.
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The Labour Party since Devolution

Eric Shaw from University of Stirling, evaluates the Labour Party's record in Scotland since devolution and asks to what extent is their Scottish demise a consequence of the logic of devolution in our latest instalment of our devolution at 20 series.
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The SNP: A Party of Union?

Should SNP opponents start trying to understand why the party is so successful instead of 'treating nationalism like a virus to be cured'? In her contribution to our devolution at 20 series, Lynn Bennie from University of Aberdeen explores how the SNP's electoral success has continues after over 10 years in government.
break up of the UK

Will a no deal Brexit lead to the break-up of the UK?

Michael Kenny and Jack Sheldon from The Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge, address the gap and explore what a no-deal Brexit might mean for the domestic Union – could the UK break apart as a result?
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Scotland’s media, politics and the digital revolution

Professor Philip Schlesinger of the University of Glasgow looks at Scotland’s post-devolution media and the wider forces driving change in the communications ecology.
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Devolution in the UK: governing each NHS with one hand clapping?

Gwyn Bevan of the LSE reflects on devolution and the NHS in his contribution to the devolution at twenty series.