In the 1975 referendum England provided the strongest support for European integration, with a much smaller margin for membership in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
There has been much speculation on the implications of the EU referendum for the unity of the UK.
The Prime Minister has claimed that the Scotland Bill, once enacted, will deliver one of the most powerful devolved parliaments in the world. Is he right?
It has taken the Scottish Conservatives a long time to adjust to life in post-devolution Scotland.
"The UK and Scottish Governments have so far failed to agree the new 'fiscal framework' that must accompany the transfer of tax and welfare powers recommended by the Smith Commission and set out in
Charlie Jeffery discusses how the EU referendum has the potential to divide opinion in the UK on national lines.