Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog looks at the impact on Scottish households of the planned removal of the Universal Credit uplift.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Scottish Child Payment was introduced in February 2021. With further changes planned, this blog looks at its current and potential impact on child poverty.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This post summarises action taken by the Scottish and UK Governments to assist tenants and landlords during the COVID-19 pandemic to date and planned future action.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Brexit has made many things more complicated – this blog summarises a SPICe commissioned project looking at some of the impacts on
devolved social security.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A look at how devolved Social Security benefits are affected by Brexit.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Scotland’s new devolved employment service, Fair Start Scotland (FSS), was launched in April. It is too early to say whether it’s been successful or not;
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 Control over some disability benefits (including personal independence payment (PIP), disability living allowance (DLA) and industrial injuries benefits, amongst others) will soon be devolved to