The referendum result has raised questions for both the immediate and longer term future of Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Malcolm Harvey looks forward to the UK General Election in May 2015 and the issue of electoral politics.
Kirstein Rummery reflects on the night of 18 September and where were the women?
The effects of the independence referendum are playing out beyond Holyrood, Westminster and the party conferences.
Stephen Tierney discusses how the Scottish referendum has not changed the borders of the UK but it has challenged the boundaries of our imagination. This post originally appeared on
Discussion of new fiscal powers in Scotland #indyref @DavidNFBell
Two points are clear from the Scottish referendum debate. First, there are certain capabilities which the UK provides that are invaluable to all constituent nations.
Our ESRC Future of the UK and Scotland team have been providing insight for BBC Radio 4, 5 Live and BBC Radio Scotland in the early hours of the morning.
Scottish constitutional preferences have long been split (at least) three ways - between those who supported independence, those who supported the constitutional status quo, and those who wanted a
Michael Keating discusses how Scottish independence would affect politics in both parts of Ireland.