Stephen Sinclair argues that to meet its own ambitious child poverty goals, the Scottish Government must focus public services where they are most needed, and ensure employers play their part.
Evan Williams argues that the success of the Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill will rely on policy initiatives that explicitly target welfare and housing provision.
Several reports from Policy Scotland to support the work of the Poverty and Inequality Commission.
Reflections on devolution and tax by Anton Muscatelli, Principal of the University of Glasgow.
Full text of a lecture by Sir Ivan Rogers in October 2017 which focused on the trajectory of the UK’s relationship with Europe in recent decades, charting out the path which led to the eventual vote to leave.
Dr Alex Benchimol and Professor Philip Schlesinger, who recently ran workshops on the press, civil society and constitutional identity in Scotland, reflect on how real world-politics and academic analysis may coincide.
Professor Kenneth Gibb, Director of Policy Scotland, comments on six key issues voters should be looking out for in the 2017 Scottish local government elections.
Review of Brexit developments uto January 2017.
Anton Muscatelli argues that Britain’s best negotiating stance is to suggest to the EU that the current arrangements between the EEA and the European Free Trade Association could be seen as a stepping stone for the UK.
Professor Jim Gallagher – The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland.
Kicking off a series of events on Brexit hosted by Policy Scotland, Professor Jim Gallagher today gave a lecture at the University of Glasgow on “The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland”. Addressing an audience of prominent academics, journalists and experts from a range of fields, Professor…