Monthly Archives: March 2014

Labour’s Devolution Proposals: More questions than answers

Writing at the Future of the UK and Scotland site, Nicola McEwen examines the proposals put forth by the Labour Party’s Devolution Commission. The future of the welfare state has been a key feature of the referendum campaign. Against the … Continue reading

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Welfare, fairness and independence

Writing at The Guardian, Nicola McEwen reflects on whether welfare in an independent Scotland would be more fair. At its height, the welfare state was a symbol of nationhood and solidarity that helped Scots to feel at home in Britain. … Continue reading

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