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David Eiser evidence - Future Delivery of Social Security in Scotland

Evidence
Clare de Mowbray

11 November 2015
There has rightly been much focus on discussing the opportunities that devolved welfare powers provide to improve the delivery of welfare in Scotland. This note considers the way that issues of financing and fiscal governance are likely to influence the way that new powers are used (or at least the options for using the new powers).

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