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Power to Connect

Reform Scotlands proposals in Power to Connect set out a vision of a co-ordinated, modern and highly efficient travel network which Scotland has lacked through a persistent piecemeal approach to transport.It also calls for further investigation into how a Scotland-wide road pricing scheme might be implemented.

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Patient Power

Reform Scotland says learning lessons from other European countries and empowering patients by making the service more accountable to them as well as giving them greater control over the health care they receive are the keys to a more effective health care system in Scotland.

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Parent Power

This report, ‘Parent Power’, examines how the principles of greater choice and competition might be applied to the Scottish education system to raise overall standards and extend educational opportunity.

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Fiscal Powers

Reform Scotland calls for the Scotland to be given powers to raise all the money it spends and have its own ‘Chancellor of the Exchequer’, to make the Scottish Parliament more financially accountable. The report also calls for the Barnett Formula to be scrapped and a ‘re-balancing of the Constitution’.

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Power to Protect

Reform Scotland says greater accountability and transparency in the police, prosecution service and courts are vital if we are to see a sustained reduction in the level of crime

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Local Power

‘Local Power’ calls for radical reform of local government in Scotland designed to bring power closer to people which in turn will help to deliver better public services in tune with the needs and priorities of local people.

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Power for the Public

While there are many aspects of public services in Scotland of which we can be proud, ‘Power for the Public’ shows that with the right approach we have the potential to do so much better.

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Powers for Growth

“Powers for growth” shows that with the right framework for growth in place – based on lower taxes, smaller government and more financial control – Scotland can become an international leader, providing greater prosperity and higher living standards.

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