The lack of clarity about how the next prime minister should be chosen may be just the start of the post-election constitutional headaches, writes Elliot Bulmer. However, he argues, Westminster could learn a trick from Holyrood is this area.
Video footage from the Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies and the Centre on Constitutional Change event at the University of Stirling on 4 March 2015.
Craig McAngus reviews Nicola Sturgeon's speech, writing that the Scottish First Minister is trying to convince those on the reformist left that a sizeable and effective SNP presence in the House of Commons would be a positive development. This blog originally appeared on LSE British Politics and Policy.