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12th June 2017
post by David McCrone

David McCrone on the vulnerability of the current UK Conservative government, faced with negotiating Brexit. Be careful what you wish for next time around...

12th June 2017
post by Anthony Salamone

The outcome of a hung parliament from the UK’s 2017 general election could have a significant impact on the shape of Brexit, writes Anthony Salamone.

9th June 2017
post by Richard Parry

Richard Parry assesses the implications of the GE2017 result for Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon

7th June 2017
post by David McCrone

The party of Union may well end up its gravedigger, says David McCrone, if the battle for independence settles down to a long war between ‘progressive’ Scotland and ‘reactionary’ England with a right-wing government at Westminster coupled with a Scottish Tory outlier and cheer-leader.

1st June 2017
post by Ailsa Henderson

As polling companies try out different methodologies in the light of recent reviews of their practices, Ailsa Henderson explains how they determine who is likely to vote.

31st May 2017
post by Richard Parry

As the campaigns get back to a nervous start after the Manchester attacks, Richard Parry takes stock of where things stand.

21st May 2017
post by Richard Wyn Jones

Rhodri Morgan did more than steady the Welsh Assembly's early steps, writes Richard Wyn Jones, he led Wales to a point where devolution seems the natural state of affairs.

9th May 2017
post by Michael Keating

Scottish political divisions now run along three axes, says Michael Keating - this multidimensional competition makes politics more complicated and elections less predictable.

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