Analysis: 5 key questions that advocates of federalism have yet to answer
The publication of a new Common Weal paper and a recent intervention by Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard have raised the issue of UK federalism once again
FEDERALISM is a recurring, seemingly perennial feature of Scottish constitutional discourse.
Report - Scotland's National Bank: Central Banking in an independent Scotland
Paper explores development of Central Bank function over its history and its more interventionist role since the financial crisis
AN independent Scotland could establish a Central Bank with a stakeholder model of governance involving people from trade unions, industry, civic society and more.
The proposal is one of a number of ideas in a new paper for the White Paper Project, Common Weal’s development of a new case for Scottish independence, on a Scottish Central Bank.
GERS 2015/16 debunked
Researcher Dr Craig Dalzell writes on his blog about the much debated Government and Expenditure Revenue Scotland (GERS) 2015/16 report, which has been published today, debunking some of the rhetoric about what the figures really mean. We re-publish here.
O wad some Pow’r the giftie gie us. To see oursels as ithers see us! – To a Louse, Robert Burns