The challenge of dealing with Brexit when there is an underlying problem with policy capacity and huge implications for the devolved governments.
Description of a project experimenting with approaches ‘To increase citizen participation in the welfare reform agenda’.
A review of the effectiveness of sanctions’, i.e. withdrawals of benefit, against claimants of Jobseeker’s Allowance.
Martin Taulbut, Public Health Information Manager, NHS Health Scotland, discusses Universal Credit, public health and the Scottish labour market.
Professor Michael Russell MSP gives his first reaction to the outcome of the European Referendum and its implications for Scotland.
Professor Anton Muscatelli, economist and Principal of the University of Glasgow, writing in a personal capacity, makes the positive case for European Union membership.
The EU Leave campaign’s arguments about trade are based on out-dated, irrelevant assumptions and models and following them would be catastrophic for the UK economy.
How people with lived experience of the welfare system can become more involved in the design, development and delivery of the services they use.
With a minority administration in Holyrood, will one consequence be more focus on the Scottish Parliament committees? asks Ken Gibb.
As individual city policies come to replace national cities policies, this event reviewed three key, linked strands of this major shift: city deals, smart cities and what we call metropolitan federalism.