Devolution (Further Powers) Committee, 11 December 2014 - Evidence from Professor Nicola McEwen, ESRC Centre on Constitutional Change, University of Edinburgh
Devolution (Further Powers) Committee, 11 December 2014 - Evidence from Professor Charlie Jeffery, Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh
The Smith Commission report advocates an extensive devolution of fiscal powers to Scotland. But is it optimal that all of the tax devolution is concentrated into one tax, namely income tax?
Clearly every aspect of the Smith Commission Report is of importance to both women and men. What follows, is an attempt to assess where and how women have been specifically addressed, directly or
Coree Brown, rounds-up The Smith Commission responses from our experts.
Craig McAngus writes about the difficult position the Scottish Labour party is in.
Neil McGarvey discusses the incorporation of local government in Smith Commission submissions from some of Scotland’s political parties.
A poll probing attitudes to the Smith Commission and its terms of reference has found that 63% of Scots support the full devolution of both taxes and welfare benefits, including unemployment benefi
The Smith proposals are radical: the devolution of extensive tax and welfare powers will make Scotland one of the most autonomous regions in Western Europe.
The Scottish Budget under the Smith Proposals
David Bell and David Eiser