Housing tenure has little to do with economic and social policy performance. So is the UK set to continue its recent shift from home ownership to rental?
The first Perspectives on Conflict conference takes place at Glasgow on 6th June 2014 with speakers from institutions in the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Poland and Turkey. Oscar Wilde noted that, “as long as war is wicked, it will always have its fascination”. But war is but one conflict with which human beings are fascinated. Conflict…
After a century and more when Scotland has been one of the ‘poor relations’ within the UK, it now has a poverty rate which is lower than the national average.
Analysis of Scotland’s past and future fiscal position in light of latest GERS (2014)report from the Scottish Government and latest Economic and Fiscal Outlook by the OBR.
This year’s budget is a critical milestone on the road to the European elections, the Scottish Referendum and primarily next year’s general election. So what should George Osborne do?