Why have a cooperation agreement between the Scottish Government and the Scottish Green Party? Three reasons for it come to mind, from Professor Nicola McEwen.
June 30th 2021 marks the deadline for applications to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).
As the dust settles on the Scottish elections, Kurt Mills, Andrea Birdsall and Naomi McAuliffe reflect on the manifesto co
Elected as leader of the Scottish Labour party just a few months before the 2021 Holyrood Election, Anas Sarwar sought to inject new energy into the flailing party.
Arianna Giovannini looks at the local election in England.
By Dr Timothy Peace, Lecturer in Politics at the University of Glasgow.
Talat Yaqoob reacts to the Scottish 2021 elections for the Centre on Constitutional Change and RACE.ED, arguing that a participatory, modern democracy which focuses on communities most disenfra
In anticipation of a longer blog, Emilia Belknap and Meryl Kenny reflect on what the Scottish Parliament 2021 Election delivered for women's representation, in a quick reaction post
Kirstein Rummery discusses how this Scottish Parliament will be the most gender diverse in its history.
Over the coming weeks, academics will respond to the 2021 election results. Today, Richard Parry reflects on the 2021 Holyrood election and what it might mean for the future.