In 2018, the Scottish Government unveiled a £250,000 fund to compensate farmers and crofters for lost stock due to ‘the beast from the east’. This
Are prisoners allowed to vote in the UK? Although changes are in the pipeline, in the UK the answer is currently ‘no’. UK legislation (the
On 19 April, National Records of Scotland published the annual population statistics up to the end of June 2017. The top line from the statistics
As with all guest blogs, what follows are the views of the author, Jennifer Wallace, Head of Policy at the Carnegie UK Trust, and not those
Dr Paulina Trevena introduces a SPICe and University of Glasgow research project ‘Attracting and retaining migrants in post-Brexit Scotland: is a social integration strategy the
It is not often that the NHS steers clear from the centre of the political fray, but Brexit might just be one of those occasions.