Research shows that English voters prefer the option of English Votes for English Laws (EVEL), widely believed to be the frontrunner in the government’s consideration of the West Lothian Question.
Jan Eichhorn on engaging young people with politics: Trusting schools and enfranchising 16-year olds.
John Curtice looks at the latest polls on independence, more devolution, further referendums and the party battle.
Academics from The Future of the UK and Scotland programme offer some preliminary observations on the referendum and its aftermath.
Craig McAngus discusses how Scottish Labour’s new leader has a formidable challenge of rebuilding the party’s image in Scotland.
Professor Charlie Jeffery and Professor Richard Wyn Jones reflect on the devolution debate that took place on the 14th October at the House of Commons, and the ‘English Question’.
The 2014 Future of England Survey discovers not only a distinct English identity but a strong and growing desire for England-wide solutions to English constitutional solutions.
The referendum result has raised questions for both the immediate and longer term future of Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Malcolm Harvey looks forward to the UK General Election in May 2015 and the issue of electoral politics.
Stephen Tierney discusses how the Scottish referendum has not changed the borders of the UK but it has challenged the boundaries of our imagination. This post originally appeared on