Monthly Archives: March 2012

Secure Autonomy Discussion Paper

This paper considers an intermediate ‘third position’ between the current devolved administration and full independence. It posits that Devolution does not go far enough, and that Federalism is unworkable in a UK context. Instead, it explores the idea of “Secure Autonomy” for a sovereign Scotland, achieved through a re-negotiation of the Treaty of Union, as a potential ‘third choice’ option. Continue reading

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Why Scotland Needs a Constitution

A presentation to the Scottish Centre for Public Policy

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