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Meg Russell gives evidence on impact of Wright reforms in House of Commons

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Dr James Melton's Grant on Constitutional Excerpts Project Has Been Awarded

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Congratulations to Dr James Melton on his awarded grant from the Indigo Trust for the Constitutional Excerpts Project.

Book review on The Politics of Coalition

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Frontline Online (Oct 2012)

India can draw lessons from the solidarity of the Conservative-Lib-Dem coalition in Britain based on “the knowledge that too much open division would threaten cohesion and even survival”.

Video: What Place for the Referendum in the UK?

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Prof Vernon Bogdanor

Venue: Archaeology Lecture Theatre G6, Gordon House

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“Thursday’s election will either reshape the UK significantly or ease the way to its breakup”

Wed, 06 May 2015 09:00:40 +0000

Alan Trench assesses devolution commitments in the party manifestos and argues that pro-UK and nationalist parties alike display a lack of coherence and consistency. The SNP and Plaid Cymru seem to have conflicting demands, while the Tories, Labour and Lib Dems fail to take an overarching view of the implications of their proposals for each […]

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Behind the surge: Who are Green Party’s parliamentary candidates?

Fri, 01 May 2015 09:00:49 +0000

A surge in Green Party support over the last year has the potential to impact the outcome of next week’s election. Sally Symington explores how the candidates put forward by the party reflect their supporters and contrast with other parties. The surge in support for the Green Party in the 2015 general election has not […]

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Designing a Constitutional Convention for the UK: Getting the details right really matters

Thu, 30 Apr 2015 08:10:34 +0000

Following the Scottish referendum, most of the main political parties committed to holding a citizen-led constitutional convention to deal with questions over the future structure of the UK. Alan Renwick welcomes these commitments, but argues that a convention will only be effective if it satisfies certain key requisites. The prospects for a citizen-led constitutional convention […]

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