Monthly Archives: December 2015

What did we learn from last night’s European Council meeting?

By Daniel Kenealy @DanKenealy It had been built up over the course of the week. David Cameron went to a European Council meeting in Brussels ready to battle ‘through the night’ for the UK’s interests. This of course in the … Continue reading

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“We Need to Talk about Punishment”

First event from the series: ‘Creating Spaces for Change’. from Dr Mark Smith, Head of Social Work, University of Edinburgh. The criminal justice system offers insights into the complex and, at times, downright perverse workings of public policy. Crime in … Continue reading

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The EU Referendum: Unpredictable in Scotland and the UK

by Professor James Mitchell In Scotland, despite differences in views and parties, the 1975 EC referendum shares some similarities with the EU referendum today, writes James Mitchell. He suggests that the referendum will be an unpredictable contest with the prospect … Continue reading

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