The Scottish Referendum Study (SRS) is the largest and most detailed study into the results of last year's vote on independence.
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New online course from the same University of Edinburgh team as last year's Referendum MOOC
Paul Cairney looks at the confession allegedly made by Scotland’s first minister to a French diplomat in February.
The UK once had a highly majoritarian political syste
The 2015 election is one of the most unpredictable in decades and the last few weeks have seen claim and counterclaim about how the next government will actually be formed.
Gerry Mooney of The Open University, discusses how social welfare is playing a key role in the ima
The lack of clarity about how the next prime minister should be chosen may be just the start of the post-election constitutional headaches, writes Elliot Bulmer.
Constitutionally Sound is a new series of podcasts investigating the practical implications of constitutional change.
In this observation, David Phillips of the IFS discusses what the GERS figures tell us about Scotland’s notional fiscal position in 2013-14.