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"DEVO MORE" A MAJOR ALTERNATIVE TO SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE BY ALAN TRENCH

25 January 2013

On Friday, IPPR are publishing a major paper of Dr Alan Trench (Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Constitution Unit) setting out a model for enhanced financial devolution.  


Download full report on IPPR website http://www.ippr.org/publication/55/10210/funding-devo-more-fiscal-options-for-strengthening-the-union


Find out more more about this on Dr Alan Trench's blog post on the Units Blog http://constitution-unit.com/2013/01/25/extending-devolution-what-funding-devo-more-is-trying-to-do/?preview=true&preview_id=2334&preview_nonce=e30d3f34ac

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