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Our Latest Poll – on SNP outside Scotland

Following the recent Scottish Referendum result it is clear that the SNP policies met with significant support and that has triggered a new interest in achieving some kind of new deal for UK democracy, not only in Scotland, but in … Continue reading

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Missing the point of the Independence Debate?

On Thursday the 18th September the Scottish people go to the polls to vote in the Independence Referendum and at the time of writing it seems the vote is pretty much split down the middle and apparently it is too … Continue reading

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None of the Above

We often hear our politicians complaining of ‘voter apathy’ and bemoaning the fact that voters do not turn out on election nights to exercise their franchise. Of course politicians know this is simply not true – voters in many cases … Continue reading

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