25th July 2016
Stephen Tierney suggests that the referendum outcome should be seen for what it is: a narrow but clear constitutional decision of the highest significance.
21st July 2016
Judging by the referendum result, it may seem obvious that Scots are more European than their neighbours to the south but, says David McCrone, the binary choice in a referendum masks a more complex picture.
19th July 2016
Brexit poses challenges in many areas of the UK's social, economic and environmental policy; energy not least among them, say Drs Ronan Bolton, Antti Silvast and Mark Winskel.
15th July 2016
A pattern is emerging post-Brexit: it’s the women who are stepping forward, as male political leaders resign from the enormous task of taking Britain out of the EU. Prof Susan Murphy says that such a development should come as no surprise.
13th July 2016
In a piece originally published by the Local Govt Information Unit, James Mitchell reflects on the implications of Brexit for local government.
11th July 2016
The renewal of Trident looks set to be a major test of the new government and, says William Walker, it's a decision likely to have complex and long-running implications.
8th July 2016
In this extended blog, Prof Michael Keating considers Scotland's options for remaining in the EU - whether that's economically, politically or both.
7th July 2016
Nigel Farage's resignation appears to be permanent this time but, says Dr Dion Curry, he still casts a long shadow over UKIP's future.