Michael Kenny and Daniel Gover consider the constitutional implications of parliament's approval of English Votes for English Laws.
David Eiser reports from a 'Challenge Poverty Week' event and asks - Is Naomi Eisenstadt an adviser who could make a difference?
CHSS Recognition Awards 2015
Staff have been honoured at the 2015 College Recognition Awards Ceremony.
As part of the Committee’s scrutiny of inter-governmental relations, the Committee commissioned external research of the legislative oversight of inter-governmental relations in other jurisdictions
The devolution of welfare benefits to Scotland, especially those relating to disabled people and carers, provides an opportunity to transform the way Scotland approaches welfare and care policy
The devolution of various welfare powers to Scotland has led to speculation as to what a Scottish benefits system might look like.