The Scottish Referendum Study (SRS) is the largest and most detailed study into the results of last year's vote on independence.
Gerry Mooney of The Open University, discusses how social welfare is playing a key role in the ima
A poll probing attitudes to the Smith Commission and its terms of reference has found that 63% of Scots support the full devolution of both taxes and welfare benefits, including unemployment benefi
Many people have interpreted Gordon Brown’s comments prior to the referendum, as well as the so called “Vow” made in the Daily Record, as some commitment so “Devo Max”.
John Curtice looks at the latest polls on independence, more devolution, further referendums and the party battle.
Academics from The Future of the UK and Scotland programme offer some preliminary observations on the referendum and its aftermath.
Professor Charlie Jeffery and Professor Richard Wyn Jones reflect on the devolution debate that took place on the 14th October at the House of Commons, and the ‘English Question’.
Malcolm Harvey looks forward to the UK General Election in May 2015 and the issue of electoral politics.