Throughout the General Election campaign, we will analyse where the parties stand on constitutional issues.
Richard Parry discusses the media presentation of opinion poll findings as we await evidence of the impact of the Brexit Party withdrawal from Conservative seats.
In 2019, we have seen two Spanish general elections, one April and another in November.
Can we generalise the fortunes of towns in the UK?
When the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by Theresa May was debated in the House of Commons many Conservative MPs argued that they could not vote for an arrangement that would treat Northern Ir
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In his contribution to devolution at twenty, Malcolm Harvey reflects on the changing Scottish party system.
Michael Kenny and Jack Sheldon
Richard Parry discusses the Commons vote and the relationship between passing the new Brexit law and calling a General Election.
The publication of the annual GERS report has sparked the usual ill-tempered debate, but what can we reasonably take from GERS?