The Constitution Society is happy to announce the launch of a new paper After the Referendum: Options For a Constitutional Convention. Worked on in conjunction with Unlock Democracy and authored by eminent constitutional expert, Dr Alan Renwick, the paper explores different models for a constitutional convention, citing the importance if Scotland votes ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
To join us for the launch of this paper in Parliament on 29th April with the author, Graham Allan MP and Lord MacLennan, please sign-up here. Physical copies of the report will be available on the night and PDFs will be available for download on the website shortly afterwards.
A summary of the paper is set out below:
Whatever the result of Scotland’s independence referendum, careful constitutional thinking will be needed. If Scots vote Yes, Scotland will need a new constitution and the rest of the UK will have to rethink its governing structures. Even in the event of a No vote, everyone agrees that the shape of the Union will need to change over the coming years. This paper examines how such constitution-making should take place. It sets out the options, gathers evidence from around the world on how those Read more ›