Juliette Casey, Advocate, considers three aspects of the recently published interim constitution for Scotland and seeks to highlight possible lessons from Ireland’s experience of framing and reform
Paul Johnson and David Phillips of the Institute for Fiscal Studies ask whether the Scottish NHS is more financially secure within or outwith t
A data-driven analysis of Whitehall and the devolved administrations.
Paul Cairney unpacks the plans for a Scottish Constitution and an entrenchment of policy preferences.
Report on the third of six events in the seminar series: Security in Scotland, with or without constitutional change
As part of our state of the debate series, Paul Cairney discusses why the NHS is described as this week’s ‘key battleground’.
In a post originally published at his personal blog, Paul Cairney address
This blog originally appeared on The Conversation.
The debate over which currency an independent Scotland might use appears to have reached an impasse.
An integrated GB wholesale electricity market in the event of independence is likely.