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The Week in Parliament, 17/03/2017

The Week in Parliament, 17/03/2017 | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster.

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Professor John Curtice is a fellow at the ESRC-funded Centre for Constitutional Change and What Scotland Thinks

 

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Indyref: If Scotland votes No – what happens next?

Indyref: If Scotland votes No – what happens next? | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
Indyref: If Scotland votes No – what happens next?
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Article published on 7 September 2014.The article cites the Institute for Fiscal Studies, which receives ESRC funding.
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BBC Radio Scotland - The Investigation, 30/03/2014

BBC Radio Scotland - The Investigation, 30/03/2014 | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
More children are eligible for expanded childcare. Has provision been sufficient?

Via Centre on Constitutional Change
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Craig McAngus from Stirling University who is part of The Future of the UK and Scotland team funded by the ESRC, looks at the issues of equality in this programme on childcare. 
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Craig McAngus from our Stirling University team looking at issues of equality is interviewed in this programme on childcare.

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Michael Keating: Referendum showed it can be good to see ourselves as others see us

For a few months in 2014, Scotland moved to the centre of international attention.
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Article by Profession Michael Keating, Director of the ESRC-funded Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change.

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The 'Yes' camp has its work cut out if it's going to persuade Labour affiliates to vote for Scottish independence

The 'Yes' camp has its work cut out if it's going to persuade Labour affiliates to vote for Scottish independence | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
As the vote on Scottish independence gets closer, the polls are steadily narrowing. The Yes camp believes that to win the referendum they need to persuade enough Labour affiliates to back an indepe...
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Craig McAngus is a Research Fellow at the University of Stirling and is currently working on a branch of the ESRC’s Future of the UK and Scotland project which looks at whether Scotland can become a more gender equal society. 

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Who are Scotland’s undecideds on independence?

Who are Scotland’s undecideds on independence? | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

A lot of things have been said about those who have not made their minds up yet with regards to whether they will vote yes or no in this year’s referendum on Scotland’s constitutional future. Using the representative 2013 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey (SSA), the article investigates what characterises those undecided in the Scottish independence referendum. 

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This article was written by Jan Eichhorn, who receives funding from the Economic and Social Research Council as part of the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2013 with ScotCen Social Research.

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