A book written by some of the country?s leading economists examining in forensic detail Scotland?s financial outlook is published today by the leading independent think tank Reform Scotland.
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Press release detailing new members of Reform Scotland’s Advisory Board.
Reform Scotland’s press release on ‘Devolution plus’.
A think tank says voters should be able to choose more powers for Holyrood as an alternative to full independence.
The key to better policing in Scotland is to give every local authority area its own force.
The Independent Commission on Banking held its ninth meeting on the afternoon of Monday April 11th. The Commission will host two public events in May to gather the thoughts of consumers, businesses and other interested parties in response to the Interim Report.
Responsibility for the civil service in Scotland should be devolved from Westminster to Holyrood to promote economic prosperity and improve public services, a leading think tank declares today in its manifesto ahead of the Scottish election.
Three women who combine a wealth of experience in business, education, the voluntary sector, corporate communication and law have been appointed trustees of leading independent think tank Reform Scotland.
University graduates should contribute towards the cost of their higher education as a deferred fee to be paid once they earn more than the average Scottish salary, Reform Scotland recommends today.
Reform Scotland seeks views on how to extend the role of the third sector in public sector provision
Reform Scotland launches a consultation document on expanding the use of the third sector in the provision of public services in Scotland.
Virtually all 115 quangos in Scotland should be abolished, a leading economic think tank recommends today.
Reform Scotland today [Mon] warns that the question of an independence referendum should not be allowed to overshadow the real debate about greater financial power for Holyrood.
Reform Scotland, the leading, non-partisan think tank, today [wed] welcomed the Government’s proposals to transfer more powers to Holyrood – but said they did not go far enough.
The global financial crisis strengthens the case for the Scottish Parliament to\r\nbe given greater power to raise the money it spends, a leading economic think\r\ntank declares today. [sun]