Reform Scotland's publications range from daily media summaries and weekly bulletins to opinion research and major research reports in health, education, crime, the economy and local government. Please click on each link to find out more.
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HOLYROOD WILL RAISE ONLY 26% OF ITS EXPENDITURE UNDER LABOUR PROPOSALS
Think tank’s research on Labour’s devolution report questions 40% claim
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Reform Scotland News: 7 April 2014
Daily political newspaper summary for 7 April 2014
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Briefing on the cost of education
Our bulletin highlights that parents ‘pay’ to access schools with good academic results in Scotland, either directly through school fees or indirectly through higher housing costs. However, those unable to pay, either directly or indirectly, are left with little choice but to accept schools with poorer academic results.
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The Pension Guarantee
Reform Scotland's proposal for a Universal Contributory Pension. We believe that the UCP will take power away from politicians and give it to people. It will ensure that workers have control of their own circumstances in retirement. And it will free the next generation of the burden which our pensions system currently places upon them
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A week in Scottish politics: 28 March to 3 April 2014
Reform Scotland's round-up of comment and analysis pieces we have referred to in media summaries between 28 March and 3 April which are freely available online.
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"Tavish Scott: Roads must be part of strategy" - Scotsman
Tavish Scott in the Scotsman comments on our road pricing proposals
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By Diverse Means: Improving Scottish Education
The final report from the Commission on School Reform.