Reading Time: 6 minutes The Scottish Government has £4.6 billion in COVID-19 Barnett consequentials so far in 2021-22. This blog looks at what we know about how these funds have been allocated.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Scottish Government received a total of £9.7 billion in COVID-19 Barnett consequentials for 2020-21. This blog sets out how they have been used and looks ahead to the evolving picture for 2021-22.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A hub for all SPICe material on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Reading Time: 7 minutes The pandemic has resulted in significant revisions to Scottish Government spending plans. This blog examines the information available on spending to date and highlights the challenges in tracking the spend.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Scottish Government recently announced further plans for the allocation of the COVID-19 Barnett consequentials. This blog looks at the detail of the announcement.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The amount guaranteed to the Scottish Government as a result of COVID-19 Barnett consequentials has increased to £8.2 billion. But how can these funds be scrutinised?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Barnett consequentials related to coronavirus (COVID-19) support now stand at £7.2 billion for Scotland. This blog looks at how the Barnett position has evolved through the course of the pandemic.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog outlines Scottish Government planned spending on coronavirus (COVID-19) support as set out in its 2020-21 Summer budget revision.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog provides an update on the money received by the Scottish Government by way of Barnett consequentials related to UK Government spending on coronavirus support measures.
Reading Time: 6 minutes This blog provides an overview of all business support measures introduced by the Scottish Government in response to COVID-19. It also explores the costs and funding of these measures.