Kirstein Rummery explains how it's curious that the political parties are not making more of an effort to reach out to the 11m disabled adults and 6m carers eligible to vote.
Kirstein Rummery states that social policy in Scotland might just get a lot more interesting than anyone expected.
Paul Johnson and David Phillips of the Institute for Fiscal Studies ask whether the Scottish NHS is more financially secure within or outwith t
Paul Cairney unpacks the plans for a Scottish Constitution and an entrenchment of policy preferences.
In this state of the debate blog, Kirstein Rummery discusses the prospects of the NHS and the welfare state in an independent Scotland.
As part of our state of the debate series, Paul Cairney discusses why the NHS is described as this week’s ‘key battleground’.
In a post originally published at his personal blog, Paul Cairney address
This blog originally appeared on The Conversation.
The aim and scope of this paper is to isolate the effects of population ageing in the context of potential Scottish independence.
by James Mittra (Innogen Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh)