Economy and finance

North Sea oil platform. Picture: Stan Shebs / Wikimedia Commons

Academic research

The future of the UK and Scotland

Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)

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Business organisations

CIPFA (The Chartered Institute of Public Finance And Accountancy) Scotland

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Constitutional campaigning bodies

Campaign for Scottish Home Rule

 

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Political parties

Scottish Conservatives

Scottish Conservatives’ Commission on the Future Governance of Scotland (Strathclyde Commission)

Scottish Green Party

Scottish Labour Party

Scottish Labour Party Devolution Commission

Scottish Liberal Democrats

Scottish Liberal Democrats Home Rule and Community Rule Commission

Scottish National Party

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Scottish Government

Office of the First Minister of Scotland

Scottish Government

Scottish Government and HM Treasury

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Scottish Parliament

Scottish Parliament

Scottish Parliament Devolution (Further Powers) Committee

Scottish Parliament Finance Committee

SPICe (Scottish Parliament Information Centre)

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Scottish Public Body

Audit Scotland

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Think tanks

IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research)

Reform Scotland

Fiscal Affairs Scotland

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UK Government

10 Downing Street

HM Government

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)

HM Treasury

Scotland Office

The Smith Commission

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UK Parliament

House of Lords Constitution Committee

House of Lords Select Committee on the Barnett Formula

House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee 

House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee

House of Commons Treasury Select Committee

House of Commons Library

House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee

House of Lords Library

United Kingdom Parliament

 

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UK Public Body

National Audit Office

Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR)

Further information

This Further Devolution Hub is intended to be useful to those seeking information on the proposals for further devolution in Scotland, and the rest of the UK, including the work of the Smith Commission. Material has been selected by impartial researchers within the Scottish Parliament Information Centre, who have made every effort to ensure information on the proposals are fairly represented.

It should be noted, however, that the Further Devolution Hub is not an exhaustive source of information on the issues surrounding further devolution in Scotland. It does not, for example, contain links to mainstream media, blogs, twitter feeds or other social networking sites. Nor should inclusion on the Hub of any paper, briefing or website produced by any organisation or individual be taken to imply approval or endorsement by the Parliament of the content of any such document or website.