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SNP Depute Leadership contest

by James Mitchell   The public could be excused for being unaware that the SNP is currently electing a new depute leader. Past SNP leadership contests have been significant events when the party has confronted major choices in strategy and … Continue reading

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Re: Syria, will it be ‘Yes, Prime Minister’ this time?

By Daniel Kenealy @DanKenealy It seems likely that David Cameron will, on Wednesday, seek a vote in the House of Commons authorising the UK to launch air strikes in Syria. The UK is already engaged militarily in bombing campaigns against … Continue reading

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Lessons from Wester Hailes in Collaborative Leadership

Professor James Mitchell FAcSS, FRSE @ProfJMitchell A conversation amongst key community leaders in Wester Hailes on Friday 30th October at the WHALE Arts centre raised a number of key points about what matters. Relationships are key Inter–personal relations are more … Continue reading

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Ahead of 2016 elections, the SNP has more pressing issues than IndyRef 2

By Professor James Mitchell With the weakest opposition in Holyrood since devolution and riding high in the polls, the SNP can probably look forward to another period in office next year. The focus of most attention, especially amongst its opponents, … Continue reading

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