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Martin Taulbut, Public Health Information Manager NHS Health Scotland The views expressed do not reflect those of Policy Scotland or the University of Glasgow.     “You’ve got to support Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms”. That was the argument put in a provocative, after-dinner speech to public health professionals I […]

Credit where it’s due? Universal Credit, public health and the ...

The Policy Scotland Welfare Reform Network was launched on Thursday 19th February at the University of Glasgow, with the event ‘Sanctions in Scotland: evidence, policy in practice and impacts’. This brought together over 40 people from a range of different sectors and perspectives for a lively and engaged discussion which […]

Welfare Reform Network event launch summary