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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Who will decide the referendum outcome?
Nicola McEwen reflects on reports that voters of non-Scottish origins will play a decisive role in the referendum vote at The Conversation, noting that the emphasis on country of origin in analysing voting intention is misplaced. The latest ICM poll made delightful reading for … Continue reading
Reflections on the SNP conference
James Mitchell discusses this weekend’s SNP conference in Aberdeen, reflecting on the party’s 80 year history and its future. The SNP meets in Aberdeen this weekend almost exactly 80 years after its foundation. There will be many references to the … Continue reading
Constituting Scotland: a Retreat from Politics?
Writing at the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum, Stephen Tierney discusses the prospect of an interim constitution in the event of a yes vote. The Scottish Government has recently announced its intention to introduce a draft Scottish Independence Bill into the Scottish Parliament … Continue reading
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