Prospect's coverage from the day of the Referendum resultby Prospect Team / September 19, 2014 / Leave a comment
“The Nationalists end up winners” The whole experience is a big wake up call to Britain’s political elite, says Peter Mandelson.
Don’t forget Wales You can’t keep giving all the goodies to Scotland simply because they shout the loudest, says Peter Hain.
We need a People’s Constitutional Convention We have a unique opportunity: to continue this conversation, to commit together to building a real democracy, says Caroline Lucas.
Constitutional reform must not be rushed Those in charge of working out the settlement must make sure they consult parliament and as wide a range of views as possible among the British people, says Jesse Norman.
If Scotland wants more freedom it needs greater responsibility This has been a rather exclusive debate so far, even though it affects the whole of Britain, says Dominic Raab.
Labour’s lost strongholds The Labour party now has to seriously consider its situation and devise a strategy for winning voters back, says George Galloway.
I won’t support unfair funding Any new constitutional settlement has to be much fairer to England, says Peter Hain.
Analysis: the results
Scottish independence: Gordon Brown has “relocated his mojo” The impact of the former PM’s intervention is impossible to overstate, says Peter Kellner.
Alex Salmond has resigned at the right time The former first minister will act as an ideal lightening rod for criticism of the SNP—But how it copes without him in charge is another question, says Tom Gordon.
What is the Barnett Formula? The Prospect Team decode the much-debated public spending mechanism.
Can Cameron’s constitutional reform plans work? Policy made on the hoof is rarely good policy, writes Jonathan Derbyshire.
“What is wrong with the British state?” This is the question that needs to be answered before we try to fix it with a new constitutional settlement, says Chris Huhne.
The morning after: drawing up a blueprint for Britain What does the future of Britain look like, asks Bronwen Madddox?
Will the English now learn to speak “national”? What does the narrow victory for preserving the Union tell us about the shifting forms of national identity in modern Britain, asks David Goodhart.