Paul Cairney discusses the fact that all too often, constitutional change seems to be a stitch-up by one or more political parties at the expense of the others.
The election of a significantly larger number of SNP MPs may open old discussions within the party about the strategy to achieve independence.
Aileen McHarg looks at how the phenomenal rise of the Scottish National Party (SNP) in the wake of last year’s independence referendum has been the story of an otherwise lacklustre general elec
The processes of devolution within the UK has taken place at different speeds and in response to varying demands.
Craig McAngus looks at how the SNP would manage the opportunity of a large Westminster presence, should that be what Scotland votes for, and how it's likely to be one of Sturgeon’s biggest chal
The UK once had a highly majoritarian political syste
Underestimating the public’s interest in being involved in discussions about the UK’s constitutional future is a mistake, find
The most recent findings of the Scottish Referendum Study were published on Friday.