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.
CCC Fellow, Mary C Murphy, and John O'Brennan, Associate Professor at Maynooth University edited an issue of the Irish Political Studies Journal "Ireland and EU Crisis Governance: Continuity and Ch
Richard Parry discusses the latest SNP approach showing new levels of caution about holding an independence referendum without U
By the time the Irish general election campaign enters its final week in early February 2020, the UK will have already formally left the European Union (EU).
Unionism swept back to power in the United Kingdom in December 2019 in a new Conservative government.
The distribution of MPs is not even across the UK, this could have a significant impact on how the House of Commons handles key matters related to Brexit and the union, argues Jack Sheldon, the
Richard Parry discusses the way that the 2019 UK General Election bucked the trend for surprise results.
Boris Johnson used his victory speech to restate his intention to lead a 'one nation' government.
What does the general election result mean for Scotland?
CCC Director, Michael Keating, discusses the SNP's success in the general election and considers the likelihood of a second independence referendum in 2020.