Andrew Mycock is a Reader in Politics at the University of Huddersfield. He is the co-author of Loyal to the Core: Orangeism and Britishness in Northern Ireland (Irish Academic Press, 2011), and co-convenor of the Political Studies Association’s Britishness Specialist Group.
Behold the 'Manchester Withington question'
'English Votes for English Laws' is supposed to answer the 'West Lothian question' – yet the government's English...
Published in: HomeStem the tide of Northern Ireland’s ‘culture wars’
Since the advent of the peace process, the conflicts over cultural identity in Northern Ireland have become...
Alex Salmond’s Bannock Bairns?
The SNP wish to lower the age of franchise for Scotland's independence referendum to 16 years of age. Is it wise to...
Patriotic love should not be blind: a response to Demos' Britishness report
A critical look at Demos' latest exposition of Britishness, 'A Pride for Place'.
Riots in England: we must stay calm and plan for the future
As looting breaks out in several English towns and cities, it is hoped those who have broken the law are brought to...