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
Richard Wyn Jones discusses the ‘Better Together’ campaign, the economic fortunes of Scotland and Wales and the ‘Barnett bonus’.
With one week left to go, Charlie Jeffery discusses what we might expect in the event of a yes vote. For what next if no, see here.
A week ahead of the vote, Charlie Jeffery asks what next if no?
The relationship between identity and political decision-making has come under heavy scrutiny throughout the referendum campaign in Scotland.
James Mitchell evaluates the tone and content of the two campaigns.
It’s safe to assume that HE policies in the rest of the UK will continue to have an impact on the future of HE in Scotland, whatever the outcome next week.
Mark Shephard, University of Strathclyde suggests that Federalism could save the Union, but then again, so might independence…
The economic outlook has been a central part of the referendum the debate, and currency, business prospects, and job creation all remain subjects of focus.
Charlie Jeffery weighs in on the latest YouGov poll and proposals for further devolution.