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RT @ScotCen: *NEW* Scottish Social Attitudes 2019: Attitudes to government and political engagement Findings from twenty years of the surv…

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@EmilyStDenny explains the process for designing @ScotParl and whether the parliament has lived up to the politic… https://t.co/Nm3N3pKHaq

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RT @DaniCetra: Un nouvel ouvrage très complet (et gratuit!) sur les études fédérales. Félicitations aux directeurs de la collection! J’ai…

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Majority of Brits want a soft Brexit compromise, but Leave voters don't

What does the British public want in terms of a longer-term relationship with the European Union? Simon Hix (LSE), Clifton van der Linden (McMaster University) and Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University) conducted a survey experiment with a random sample of British voters, where they asked them to choose between hypothetical “package deals”.
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How would an independent Scotland tackle climate change?

How would an independent Scotland tackle climate change? Antje Brown, University of St Andrews, has been searching for an answer.
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Fluctuating Fortunes, but a Permanent Presence? Small Parties in Scotland

Alistair Clark, Newcastle University, discusses small parties in Scotland since devolution for his chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics arguing that smaller parties will be a permanent presence in Scottish politics even if their fortunes vary. 
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Scottish Labour

In their chapter for the Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics, Gerry Hassan and Eric Shaw trace the fall of Scottish Labour as Scotland's dominant party. 
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Scotland’s media, politics and the digital revolution

For his chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics, 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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The Leadership and Management of Public Services Reform in Scotland

John Connolly and Robert Pyper, University of the West of Scotland, explore the challenges of public service reform in Scotland and address to what extent opportunities for effective national public leadership have been missed since the SNP came into government in 2007.