David Torrance / November 18, 2014
The new SNP leader exhibits many of her predecessor's best qualities, but can she unite her party's potentially contradictory support base?
The Barnett formula raises all sorts of questions about how public spending is distributed around the UK. But we should think twice before abandoning it
John Law / November 7, 2014
"Given how close we came to losing the Union, we ought to have the courage to choose the more radical option"
Tom Gordon / October 28, 2014
However the contest pans out, things are looking rosy for Nicola Sturgeon and her party
Carwyn Jones / October 24, 2014
"The Prime Minister is getting bogged down in a farcical debate on “English Votes for English Laws”
Jim Gallagher / October 16, 2014
It’s time for the UK to give England more of a voice—and this is how to do it
Kenneth O Morgan / October 16, 2014
Ignored, neglected and patronised, Wales may now prompt as much change to the UK as has Scotland
Voters are clear what they want Westminster to do—and not do
Supporters of the union celebrate the Independence Referendum results. © HAN YAN/LANDOV/Press Association Images We have established, for the time being, that the United Kingdom will remain...
Brenda Kutchinsky / September 23, 2014
"I can almost imagine what it feels like to be Scotland’s only Tory MP"