Articles by Peter Riddell
Peter Riddell / September 27, 2019
The size and turnover of the payroll vote is not found among comparable democracies
The Conservatives might have won decisively, but the future of the Union is still uncertain
After the election, forget the rule book
Whether the vote is Yes or No, the British state will be irrevocably altered
Peter Riddell / September 10, 2014
The electorate for the referendum could have been bigger, and there could have been more options on the ballot paper, so why weren't there?
Peter Riddell / September 5, 2014
In the event of a Yes vote, where would Westminster politicians from north of the border go?
The competence and purpose of the civil service is under scrutiny
No one will respect MPs unless they stand up for reasonable pay
Peter Riddell / October 11, 2012
All three party leaders can be pleased with their speeches, even if they stayed clear of specifics