Dominic Hinde / October 11, 2017
The SNP enjoyed some creative license at their party conference. But can they capitalise on anti-Brexit feeling—without losing support?
Adam Tomkins / October 9, 2017
Don't knock the British constitution. It always moves on, and allows us to do the same
Where the party has lost voters, they were turned off by its pro-European stance—not its support for a second independence referendum
Graeme Roy / October 6, 2017
The country faces acute economic challenges in the years ahead. The SNP should use its upcoming conference to discuss solutions
John Curtice / September 4, 2017
A bold constitutional vision is key
Dominic Hinde / August 9, 2017
The bright flash of Scotland’s self-proclaimed “democratic moment” looks increasingly like the precursor to intellectual heat death. But the turn away from the SNP could be a generative one
Kenny MacAskill / July 26, 2017
In 2012 the Scottish parliament passed the measure overwhelmingly—but it has been subject to legal challenges ever since. This week, the Supreme Court will give its verdict. A huge amount is at...
Kenny MacAskill / July 4, 2017
A second referendum is the answer—but not now, and not on the timescale the first minister proposed last week either. We must learn the lessons of 8th June
The public have little appetite for a second independence referendum—and it's not clear Brexit will change that (yet)