Category Archives: Public finances

Local Government and the May 2016 Holyrood Election

By Professor James Mitchell Summary This briefing assesses the likely role of local government in the May elections for the Scottish Parliament. There are few areas of public policy under Holyrood’s remit that do not have local government implications, but … Continue reading

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Today’s Spending Review

By Daniel Kenealy @DanKenealy At 12.30 today the Chancellor, George Osborne, will be on his feet at the despatch box in the House of Commons to deliver his Spending Review. There’ll be a lot to pick over throughout the afternoon … Continue reading

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