Scottish Government Call for Evidence

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9 October 2013 01:00–10 October 2013 00:59
The Scottish Government Expert Working Group on Welfare Reform and Tackling Poverty has issued a call for evidence. The Group has been asked to address the principles and policies that could form the pillars of a working age benefits system in an independent Scotland, and the costs and delivery structures that would be required. The questions in the Call for Evidence will help the Group deliver on its remit.
 
The closing date for responses is Friday 13 December. 
 
For more information, please visit the group's website
Call for Evidence.pdf (133.74 KB, application/pdf)

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