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Examining Access

This report builds on work Reform Scotland set out in Patient Power (2009) and Patients First (2012), focusing on the relationship between the public and their GPs.

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The Pension Guarantee

The pensions situation in the UK is one that politicians for far too long have refused to address. It has become the elephant in the room of public sector finances.

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A new deal for Scotland’s colleges

This report considers what can be done to empower colleges, students and the communities they serve. We believe colleges need a new deal that will see them flourish in the future.

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By Diverse Means: Improving Scottish Education

This report does not offer a comprehensive analysis of every aspect of Scottish school education. The Commission has chosen instead to focus on matters that seem to be of the greatest importance but which have been relatively neglected.

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An Equal Start: Fair Access to Nursery Provision

Childcare is an increasingly important issue – not just because of the cost barriers it can place on people, normally mothers, re-entering the work-place, but also because it can deter them from having any or additional children.

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Patients First: Improving access to GP practices

Reform Scotland’s latest report, ‘Patients First: Improving access to GP practices’ examines the practical arrangements regarding how patients access their GPs, the “gate-keepers” to our health service, and whether we can’t improve arrangements to encourage a provision of service more suited to patients’ needs.

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Renewing Local Government

This report examines whether we could change the current structure of local government in Scotland, creating fewer councils, but making those councils far stronger with more financial powers, as well as looking at ways in which more power could be devolved to community councils.