If Scotland votes ‘No’ on 18 September, what happens next? And might voters’ answers to that question influence how they vote in the referendum?
This last week has seen the unedifying spectacle of not one, but two, social media stramashes focusing on the indyref participation of individual women.
I have spoken about gender equality, care policy and its relevance to the referendum on Scottish independence in a series of recent events aimed at non-academic audiences:
It is commonly asserted that what most Scots would like to happen after the referendum is for Scotland to have a more powerful parliament in Edinburgh, while remaining part of the United Kingdom.
In a post recently published on Discover Society, Mark Shephard and Stephen Quinlan of the Unive
On the face of it Labour’s proposals for more devolution would appear to fall well sh
In a piece for The Conversation, Jan Eichorn analyses an important group of voters: tho
The Church of Scotland has today launched Imagining Scotland’s Future: Our Vision.
This blog originally appeared in The Herald, Sunday 16 February 2014. Exclusive by Judith Duffy and Imran Azam