General Election 2015
CCC fellows and guests blogged on the lead up to #GE2015 and now look at what happens next.Read More
CCC fellows in special issue of The Political Quarterly
A collection of essays considering where next for Scotland and proposals for extending devolution.Read More
Looking at the rise of the Scottish National Party (SNP)
CCC researchers and guest bloggers discuss the surge.Read More
Latest blogs & news
27th May 2015
Recent changes to Italian electoral law are intended to address similar anomalies to those that came to light in #GE2015 but, says Carlotta Redi, there seems to be little appetite for electoral reform in the UK as yet.
26th May 2015
The term ‘federal’ has been thrown around fairly loosely since the general election but, says Bettina Petersohn, the current proposals fall along way short.
25th May 2015
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.
21st May 2015
Guest blogger Alan Trench discusses Ways forward for the United Kingdom, a new report from the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law.
19th May 2015
Meryl Kenny, Juliet Swann and Fiona Mackay discuss women’s presence at Westminster and how it remains a long way from parity.