Ben Thomson in the Scotsman outlines Local Taxes
Lib Dem MSP Tavish Scott argues the case for Devo Plus in the Scotsman
Autonomy for Scotland requires real control over raising taxes as well as spending them, writes Jeremy Purvis
Jeremy Purvis in the Scotland on Sunday outlines the Devo Plus group.
Tim Montgomerie in the Guardian comments that giving more powers to Scotland would save the union, empower the Conservatives and haul the UK into the 21st century
Scotsman Leader on Reform Scotland’s bulletin on Devo Plus and opinion poll
Reform Scotland Trustee Graeme Blackett argues in favour of renewable energy in the Scotsman.
Malcolm Chisholm praises Reform Scotland’s work on ‘Devolution Plus’ in the Scotsman
As part of the forth part of the Scotsman’s serialisation of ‘Scotland’s Economic Future’, to be published by Reform Scotland, Ben Thomson examines the need for a Scottish Exchequer.
As part of the forth part of the of the Scotsman’s serialisation of ‘Scotland’s Economic Future’, to be published by Reform Scotland, Keith Skeoch examines the Scottish financial services sector following the economic downturn.
In the third part of the Scotsman’s serialisation of Scotland’s Economic Future, to be published by Reform Scotland, David Bell examines Scottish growth and employment rates and the need to develop a radical approach to skills formation in Scotland in order to rebalance the economy.
“Citing the banking crisis as an argument to prove Scotland could not be governed independently has no moral or legal foundation” – Scotsman
In the second part of the Scotsman?s serialisation of ?Scotland?s Economic Future?, to be published by Reform Scotland, John Kay looks at the banking sector and how an independent Scotland could cope with a banking crisis.
Professor Sir Donald MacKay in the Scotsman outlines the economic debate facing Scotland in the run up to the independence referendum. His comments are the first part of the serialisation of Scotland’s Economic Future, to be published by Reform Scotland, which brings together a number of leading economic experts to examine the many issues facing the Scottish economy and how increasing Holyrood’s powers could help.