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The independence referendum, legality and the contested constitution : widening the debate

Anderson, Gavin and Bell, Christine and Craig, Sarah and McHarg, Aileen and Mullen, Tom and Tierney, Stephen and Walker, Neil (2012) The independence referendum, legality and the contested constitution : widening the debate. UK Constitutional Law Blog.

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Abstract

This post looks at the Scottish Independence Referendum