David Bell looks at whether there exists a more stable fiscal settlement between Smith and Full Fiscal Autonomy.
Some of the UK’s leading political scholars believe that ‘British Party Politics’ has ceased to be a meaningful phrase.
The UK is accustomed to finding out who has won an election in fairly short order - an exhausted party leader appears on TV in the dead of night to say that they have spoken to their opposite n
For those staying up through the wee small hours, experts from the Centre will be providing analysis across the domestic and international media.
Paul Cairney discusses the fact that all too often, constitutional change seems to be a stitch-up by one or more political parties at the expense of the others.
Kirstein Rummery explains how it's curious that the political parties are not making more of an effort to reach out to the 11m disabled adults and 6m carers eligible to vote.
David Comerford discusses the latest IFS analysis of Scottish Government finances under so-called full fiscal autonomy. How did the SNP respond to these figures?
What do welfare proposals in the SNP manifesto mean?