Opinion pollsters can sometimes seem like horse racing tipsters – often right, sometimes spectacularly wrong.
New elections, similar results.
The geographical pattern of support for leaving the European Union, rather than remaining, shone a bright light on the chasm in opportunities, wealth
Saturday’s special Commons sitting to discuss the revised Brexit deal negotiated by Boris Johnson ended inconclusively.
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In his contribution to devolution at twenty, Malcolm Harvey reflects on the changing Scottish party system.
Michael Kenny and Jack Sheldon
Richard Parry discusses the Commons vote and the relationship between passing the new Brexit law and calling a General Election.
The publication of the annual GERS report has sparked the usual ill-tempered debate, but what can we reasonably take from GERS?
Dr Antje Brown of St Andrew’s University reflects on the Scottish Government’s climate change agenda at a time of climate emergency.