In a blog originally published at the UK in a Changing Europe, Professor Nicola McEwen discusses the implications of Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson's resignation.
This is the messiest General Election ever, particularly in Scotland and Northern Ireland (and increasingly so for Wales).
Given its history, discussion of elections in Wales is invariably dominated by the fortunes of the Labour Party.
General elections north of the border have always had a distinctive flavour. But the dynamics in Scotland this time feel very different, in two ways.
In Northern Ireland, the upcoming general election looks set to generate a high degree of political churn, with the Irish Times’ Gerry Moriarty
In the end, the third reading vote on the Early Parliamentary Election Bill on 29 October (438-20) said it all.
There has been a lot of rich analysis comparing the Brexit deal secured by Boris Johnson with that of his predecessor.
The talk had been of how Boris Johnson would find a loophole to evade asking for an extension beyond 31 October.
This briefing paper considers the extent to which renewables in Scotland are shaped by the policy responsibilities and decisions of multiple governments: the Scottish Government,
Saturday’s special Commons sitting to discuss the revised Brexit deal negotiated by Boris Johnson ended inconclusively.