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.
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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]
An innovative scheme to finance and manage major public projects such as new schools, hospitals and transport links is unveiled today by a leading Scottish think tank. [fri]
A fully integrated road, rail and air hub called Grand Central should be established in Scotland to help boost economic growth, a leading think tank recommends today. [fri]
Reform Scotland, the leading independent think tank, today [mon] welcomed the Calman Commission’s proposals to increase the tax-raising powers of the Scottish Parliament – but said they did not go far enough.
Reform Scotland, the leading independent think tank, today welcomed reprots that the Calman Commission is to recommend greater tex-raising poweres for the Scottish Parliament.
For its study, Reform Scotland collated the most robust data on exam performance – information which is not published officially but is collected by government statisticians at the behest of the Office of National Statistics.
A leading think tank today calls for a legally binding charter setting out the care and treatment patients are entitled to receive from the National Health Service.
Priority should be given to improving opportunity for disadvantaged children if Scotland is to restore its reputation as a world leader in education, Reform Scotland recommends.