In Scotland, despite differences in views and parties, the 1975 EC referendum shares some similarities with the EU referendum today, writes
Voter’s attitudes to constitutional relationships are not the only determinant for success or failure for ‘regionalist and nationalist parties’ such as the SNP and Plaid Cymru, says Anwen Elias
This article originally appeared in The Herald
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Michael Kenny suggests that the notion of an English nationalism is a phenomenon that seems to lend itself, almost without exception, to the twin perils of overstatement and underestimation.
The election of a Conservative majority government paves the way for a referendum on Britain’s future in the European Union.