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The Scottish NHS - more financially secure outside the UK?12/09/2014 15:20:00
The future of the welfare state, and particularly of the NHS, has taken centre stage in the Scottish independence debate in recent days. Scotland’s Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that a 'Yes' to independence would free the Scottish NHS from an agenda of privatisation and public spending cuts.
NIESR Press Release: Real devolution means the power to borrow: for Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and within England12/09/2014 11:20:00
In the event of a "No" vote in the Scottish referendum, both Government and Opposition parties have committed to a major further devolution of powers on tax and spending to Scotland.
NEF - How do we create a fair economy?11/09/2014 12:35:43
A big question, but answering it was the aim of a recent event organised by the Workers Educational Association Yorkshire and Humber Region, with support from the Sheffield Branch and held at their Learning Centre in Attercliffe.