Bill Scott (Director of Policy at Inclusion Scotland).
From 1 April 2017, Scotland will have the power to design and deliver its own employability services for disabled people and those at risk of long-term unemployment. 969 more words
During the last five years the Coalition Government have reduced the tax bracket for the highest earners from 50p to 45p and taken three million of the lowest paid out of tax altogether by increasing the personal allowance to £10,600. 222 more words
It is widely believed that former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once warned never to trust any statistics unless you had forged them yourself. 917 more words
While many, including George Monbiot, now believe that there is little substantive difference between the major parties, the Oxford economics professor Simon Wren-Lewis argues that this is a serious misconception because, as he says, … 1,466 more words
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The Welfare State was hard won by generations of Britons before us. It is as much an inherited right as is the unearned income received by some from their inherited property and financial assets. 2,042 more words