Scotland's Constitutional Future

The Changing Landscape of Scottish Taxes: An Update

We are all now familiar with the fact that there are Scottish Taxes. The first actual impact of these taxes was not until the introduction of Land and Buildings Transaction...
Scotland's Constitutional Future

UK General Election – Party Manifestos and a second Scottish Independence Referendum

The UK General Election will take place on 8th June 2017. The main political parties have now published their Party Manifestos in a bid to win voters. The parties’ stances...
Scotland's Constitutional Future

PM Responds to Recent Referendum Announcement

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has responded to Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement that the Scottish Government will seek permission to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence. The...
Scotland's Constitutional Future

Second Scottish Independence Referendum

Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister, made a statement on Monday 13th March confirming that the Scottish Government will seek the approval of the Scottish Parliament to ask the UK Government...
Scotland's Constitutional Future

2017/18 Scottish Income Tax Rates

The Scottish Parliament voted on Tuesday 21st February 2016, for the first time, to use the new income tax powers devolved to it under the Scotland Act 2016. The new...