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21st April 2015
What do welfare proposals in the SNP manifesto mean? Craig McAngus investigates.
20th April 2015
Paul Cairney suggests that as a whole, it is not clear what any of the major parties would really do differently if they formed part of a government.
17th April 2015
Thomas Piketty's surprising bestseller was the surprise publishing hit of 2013 and provoked great soul-searching among economists about the growth of inequality in the developed world. However, what lessons can be learned from that about #GE2015 and the approach taken by different parties to the issue of wealth?
15th April 2015
As May 7 draws inexorably closer, the SNP surge looks increasingly like an electoral tsunami. Nicola McEwen considers what that is likely to mean for the election, for Westminster after GE2015 and for the state of the parties north of the border.
13th April 2015
On 23 April the Centre on Constitutional Change will co-host a one day seminar exploring the nature of the UK constitution from the perspective of federalism. The title of the seminar is ‘How Federal is Britain? Self-Rule and Shared-Rule in the Evolving Constitution’. The CCC’s partners in this venture are the Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law and the international think-tank, the Forum of Federations.