Alison Payne says offering colleges equal parity with universities is vital if we are to improve their current status
Devo Plus Chairman Ben Thomson says Labour has the ability to shape what a no vote will look like
The competitive effects of globalisation present greater challenges to our children’s futures
Scotland has good schools. Yet it is no longer world-leading. Other countries are catching up: a good number have already overtaken.
Children in Scotland’s press release in response to ‘An Equal Start’.
Now is the time to establish devo plus as the way to enhance Scotland’s role within the UK
Geoff Mawdsley’s letter to the Scotsman explaining the research for our report ‘Patients First: Improving access to GP practices’, and how we are funded.
In response to the letter from Dr Williams (Scotsman 5/9/12) about Reform Scotland’s report on access to GPs, our research showed that there were certainly areas of Edinburgh where patients fell into the catchment area of only one GP practice.
Alison Payne sets out the policy recommendations included in our report ‘Patients First: Improving access to GP practices”
Alison Payne says Scottish patients experience a postcode-lottery in accessing GP surgeries
Traditional educational values must change if Scotland is to produce a workforce fit for purpose
John Curtice in the Scotsman comments on the Devo Plus poll
Herald Leader on our report Renewing Local Government.
Ben Thomson in the Scotsman sets out our new report, Renewing Local Government, calling for fewer, stronger councils