David Phillips discusses IFS research on how welfare policy might be funded in an independence scenario, drawing our attention to potential funding challenges.
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’
As part of our state of the debate series, Nicola McEwen discusses the position of welfare policy in the debate.
David Eiser discusses the Scottish Economic Society and University of Stirling economists latest book which aims to bring together economic research that informs the debate, and presents it in
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, Charlie Jeffery discusses the outcome of the television debate.
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, James Mitchell weighs in on what the next 6 weeks are likely to hold.
Tuesday’s leaders’ debate brought the hiatus to campaigning occasioned by the Commonwealth Games to an end, and marked the beginning of the final six week
As part of a weekly state of the debate series, David Bell examines the impact of the Salmond-Darling debate on the bookies odds.