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Mitchell, James (2022) Scottish local elections: there was something in the results for all parties except the Conservatives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2022). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2021) The SNP-Greens deal might suggest greater alignment of policy agendas in Holyrood, but there will be disagreements in any future referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Sep 2021). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2021) Scotland needs to think once again about strengthening its institutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2020) Emergency ‘constitutional plumbing’ has reached its limits coping with devolution. it’s time for a new institutional architecture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2020). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2020) COVID-19 highlights the need for local governance reform in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2019) General election 2019: a different contest in scotland. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Bennie, Lynn, Mitchell, James and Johns, Rob (2018) Movement politics and the 2014 party membership surge in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2018) How the SNP’s post-referendum membership has changed the party – and what has stayed the same. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is local government in Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (24 May 2017). Website.

Mitchell, James (2016) What does Brexit mean for Scottish politics? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jul 2016). Website.

Mitchell, James (2014) The answer to the Scottish question remains unresolved following the Smith Commission report. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Dec 2014). Website.

Mitchell, James (2014) It remains open whether the September 2014 referendum will prove ‘historic’ in any meaningful way for most Scots. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jan 2014). Website.

Mitchell, James (2013) The Scottish Question: The notion that constitutional politics can be separated from ‘ordinary’ politics is unconvincing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2013). Website.

Johns, Rob, Mitchell, James and Carman, Chris (2011) The Scottish National Party’s success in winning an outright majority at Holyrood in May 2011 was an extraordinary result in an ‘ordinary’ election. Research shows that Scots voters did not move further towards secession and independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011). Website.

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