Reading Time: 5 minutes 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
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 5 minutes 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
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes 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.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Both the EU and the UK agree that a transitional phase governing the EU-UK relationship is needed to govern the time between the UK leaving