Scotland Democracy, devolution and governance , Finance

Reading the tea leaves of post-election public finances in Scotland – what, if anything, can we understand?


Three weeks on from the Scottish Parliamentary elections, the Covid-19 response and the future of the constitution remain front and centre, but across the country, the business of delivering vital public services continues. This briefing discusses the future of public finances in Scotland and what that might mean for local government.

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