Publications

Books & Articles

Issues of Sovereignty: Redefining Politics in Scotland

4 January 2021 | David McCrone, Michael Keating

Using new data from the British Election Study, David McCrone and Michael Keating show how public opinion in Scotland is polarizing around the constitutional issues of Scottish independence and Europe.

Reports & Briefings

UK Internal Market, Devolution and the Union

18 October 2020 | Centre on Constitutional Change

This briefing paper answers 10 key questions raised by the Internal Market Bill with authors exploring the impact of the Bill for the future of devolution and the relations between the governments and territories of the United Kingdom.

Books & Articles

The Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics

20 August 2020 | Michael Keating

'The Oxford of Scottish Politics' is a comprehensive volume on the state of Scottish politics today. Featuring contributions from CCC Fellows and colleagues, the Handbook provides a thorough overview of Scottish politics.

Evidence

Coronavirus and Scotland: Interim Report on Intergovernmental Working

23 July 2020 | Nicola McEwen, David Bell, Akash Paun

Evidence given to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee from Nicola McEwen, David Bell and Akash Paun features heavily in their new interim report "Coronavirus and Scotland: Interim Report on Intergovernmental Working"

Books & Articles

Intergovernmental Relations in the UK: Time for a Radical Overhaul?

15 June 2020 | Nicola McEwen, Michael Kenny, Jack Sheldon, Coree Brown Swan

CCC Co-Director, Nicola McEwen and CCC Fellows, Michael Kenny, Jack Sheldon and Coree Brown Swan article for The Political Quarterly exploring different ways of enabling joint decision making by governments in the UK, arguing against the assumption that England can be represented adequately by the UK administration.

Reports & Briefings

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

1 October 2019 | Michael Kenny, Jack Sheldon

Reports & Briefings

The Repatriation of Competences in Agriculture after Brexit

7 February 2019 | Michael Keating