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The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency … Part IV

by Stephen Tall on January 26, 2010

As trailed here, over the next few weeks I’m publishing ‘The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency’, the thesis I wrote as an undergraduate some 12 years ago. You can catch up with (…)

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The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency … Part III

by Stephen Tall on January 19, 2010

As trailed here, over the next few weeks I’m publishing ‘The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency’, the thesis I wrote as an undergraduate some 12 years ago. You can catch up with (…)

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The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency … Part II

by Stephen Tall on January 12, 2010

As trailed here, over the next few weeks I’m publishing ‘The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency’, the thesis I wrote as an undergraduate some 12 years ago. You can catch up with (…)

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The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency … Part I

by Stephen Tall on January 5, 2010

As trailed here, over the next few weeks I’m publishing ‘The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency’, the thesis I wrote as an undergraduate some 12 years ago. Today, to kick off things, (…)

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Revisiting … The Labour Party & Scottish Devolution, 1967-79: a case study in British political expediency

by Stephen Tall on January 5, 2010

This was the rather sententious title I gave to my undergraduate thesis, completed some 12 years ago. At the time I started it, summer 1997, Labour had just won their first landslide under Tony Blair, and I was a loyal (…)

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