The full text of Sir Ivan Rogers’ lecture on the real post-Brexit options, given at the University of Glasgow on 23 May 2018.
Professor Jim Gallagher writes about the options for British membership of the European Economic Area (the ‘Norway option’) being mooted.
This guest blog from John H. McKendrick welcomes the Poverty and Inequality Commission’s advice on reducing child poverty and reflects on parts that are specifically relevant to single parent families.
Announcement that Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland features strongly in the Scottish Government’s Child Poverty Delivery Plan.
The pressured housing markets of Sydney and Melbourne pose major challenges, from problems for aspiring homebuyers and lower-income populations to lesser-noticed impacts on urban productivity.
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.
Policy Scotland presents a panel discussion: ‘Post-industrial Cities & Urban Resilience: Learnings from Scotland and the U.S.’
Evan Williams argues that the success of the Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill will rely on policy initiatives that explicitly target welfare and housing provision.