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3rd December 2013
post by Monique Ebell

The Scottish Government’s White Paper provides an outline of its proposals for dividing the existing UK public debt and how the rest of the UK might be compensated.

2nd December 2013
post by James Mittra

James Mittra looks at the health, social care and NHS sections within the White Paper.

30th November 2013
post by Kirstein Rummery

Professor Kirstein Rummery and Craig McAngus of the Fairer Caring Nations project at the University of Stirling discuss the potential for a fairer Scotland.

30th November 2013
post by Nicola McEwen

Nicola McEwen discusses the prospects of a greener Scotland at the Exploring Independence after the White Paper event.

30th November 2013
post by Stephen Tierney

Speaking at the Future of the UK and Scotland event, Exploring Independence after the White Paper, Stephen Tierney reflects on the possibility of a constitution for Scotland.

30th November 2013
post by Michael Keating

Speaking at the Future of the UK and Scotland event, Exploring Independence after the White Paper, Michael Keating shares his thoughts on Scotland and the European Union.

29th November 2013
post by Colin Fleming

While some of the Scottish Government (SG) defence aspirations will be shaped through negotiation, on NATO membership its proposed defence structure, and its commitments to serving personnel, the SG has sought to reassure the Scottish people, the rest of the United Kingdom and potential allies that it will take its defence responsibilities seriously.

29th November 2013
post by David Eiser

Scotland’s Future describes an ambitious vision for tax and welfare policy in an independent Scotland.


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