Coronavirus and Scotland: Interim Report on Intergovernmental Working

Evidence

CCC's Nicola McEwen, David Bell and Associate Fellow Akash Paun gave evidence to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee discussing the impact of coronavirus on Scotland. The inquiry asked how effective the four-nations approach has been in tackling the pandemic; what improvements could be made to formal intergovernmental relations in light of the pandemic; how effective cooperation and messaging was between the nations; policy divergence between the UK and Scottish governments, and the economic impacts of coronavirus for Scotland. 

The Scottish Affairs Committee have now published their findings in an interim report which heavily features our Fellows' contributions and insights. 

Coronavirus and Scotland.pdf (590.23 KB, application/pdf)

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