Dr Angus Armstrong, one of the Fellows in the ESRC Future of the UK and Scotland research activities, will be releasi
Ken MacLeod blogs from the Festival of Politics 2013
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The Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID) and the Centre for Educational Sociology (CES) ar
Dr Andrew Neal blogs from the Festival of Politics 2013
As measured by Father Time at least, we have now reached the half way mark in the referendum campaign. It is just over twelve months since the two ‘official’ referendum campaigns, Better Together
On 2 May 2013 the Economic and Social Research Council organised a debate for young people focussed on the referendum. The short video of the debate is now live on the
Dr Angus Armstrong, National Institute of Economic and Social Research outlines his fellowship research.
The Scottish referendum in 2014 will ask people one question - whether they think Scotland should be an independent country.