James Mitchell is Professor of Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh having previously held chairs in Strathclyde and Sheffield Universities. He is author of a number of books on Scottish/UK politics including Devolution in the UK, Manchester University Press 2009; The Scottish National Party, Oxford University Press 2011. He is currently completing The Scottish Question, to be published by OUP this Autumn and co-editing a book of essays with Gerry Hassan entitled After Independence, published this Summer by Birlinn.
The political storm over Scotland’s currency
What can be learnt from the recent intervention of George Osborne, and why Westminster continues to inadvertently...
A different Scotland is happening
The independence debate has come sooner than anyone is expecting, and it is changing Scotland.
Scotland, citizenship and choice: the deep constitution
How would a Yes or No vote in the referendum affect the everyday lives of Scots? The question of the Scottish...
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