Fraser Nelson comments on Reform Scotland\’s latest report, Parent Power, and the need for drastic reform for education in Scotland, particularly for children let down by the education system.
Geoff Mawdsley, Director of Reform Scotland, sets in Parent Power out how we might restore our reputation by applying the principles of greater choice and competition to our education system to raise overall standards and extend educational opportunity.
Ben Thomson, chairman of Reform Scotland, discusses the latest proposals set out by the independent think tank to create competition and better schools in Scotland.
Alex Massie comments on Reform Scotland\’s latest publication Parent Power, in the Spectator blog, Coffee House.
Reform Scotland\’s Research Director, Alison Payne, comments on the Scottish Government\’s proposals to address the increasing prison population.
Geoff Mawdsley, Director of Reform Scotland, writes in the Scotsman about central cash control and the need for greater power in local government.
Ditching the Barnett Formula would let us look at a new way of deciding how much is spent in Scotland, says Geoff Mawdsley, Director of Reform Scotland
Reform Scotland’s Research Director, Alison Payne, outlines the proposals in ‘Power to Protect’, which call for greater accountability and transparency in the police, prosecution service and courts in order to bring about a sustained reduction in the level of crime.
Exchange of emails between Geoff Mawdsley, Director of Reform Scotland, and Stephen Boyd, Assistant Secretary of the STUC debating the merits of a low tax economy…