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Publications

  1. Publication date:
    March 2011

    This report is a detailed look at the benefits issues that clients bring to the Scottish CAB Service

  2. Keith Dryburgh
    Publication date:
    March 2011

    This report is a detailed look at the relationship issues that clients bring to the Scottish CAB Service.

  3. Matt Lancashire,
    Publication date:
    February 2011
  4. Publication date:
    February 2011

    Joint response from Citizens Advice and Citizens Advice Scotland to the The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) and the Local Better Regulation Office (LBRO) consultation on the operation of  the Department for Business, Innovation and Skill (BIS) Civil Sanctions Pilot.

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  5. Keith Dryburgh, Alizeh Hussain & Matt Lancashire
    Publication date:
    February 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland’s report Being Young Being Heard outlines the impact of the recession on young people in Scotland in their own words.

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  6. Publication date:
    February 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland is a member of SCoWR, the Scottish Campaign on Welfare Reform. This is the SCoWR response to the Disabilty Living Allowance reform consultation.

  7. Matt Lancashire
    Publication date:
    February 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland's response to the DWP consultation response on the reform of Disability Living Allowance (DLA).

  8. Publication date:
    February 2011

    The briefing which accompanies Citizens Advice Scotland’s report, Being Young Being Heard.

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  9. Alizeh Hussain
    Publication date:
    February 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland’s briefing for the Westminster Hall debate taking place on Tuesday the 8th of February on the effects of housing benefit changes on Scotland.

  10. Alizeh Hussain
    Publication date:
    January 2011

    This briefing was issued to Scottish MPs on the 18th of January 2011 to inform the debate in Westminster Hall on basic bank accounts in Scotland.

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  11. Keith Dryburgh
    Publication date:
    December 2010

    This report is a detailed look at the consumer issues that clients bring to the Scottish CAB Service.

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  12. Alizeh Hussain, Keith Dryburgh and Vida Gow
    Publication date:
    December 2010

    CAS has responded to the Department of Business, Innovation and Skill's call for evidence on the consumer credit and personal insolvency review. The review looks at issues, practices and policies around store cards, credit cards, high cost credit products, debt remedies and credit related debt issues.

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  13. Alizeh Hussain and Keith Dryburgh
    Publication date:
    November 2010

    CAS’s briefing for Scottish Lords in relation to the Public Bodies Bill Stage 2 debate in the House of Lords.

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  14. Matt Lancashire and Alizeh Hussain
    Publication date:
    November 2010

    CAS briefing on the impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review on the Department for Works and Pensions.

  15. Alizeh Hussain and Christine Lang
    Publication date:
    November 2010

    Briefing on Patient Rights (Scotland) Bill - Stage 1 debate.

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  16. Publication date:
    November 2010

    Briefing sheet which accompanies the evidence report Banking on the Basics - an outline of issues experienced by people living in Scotland in accessing basic bank accounts.

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  17. Alizeh Hussain
    Publication date:
    November 2010

    Evidence report outlining issues experienced by people living in Scotland in accessing basic bank accounts.

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  18. Matt Lancashire and Alizeh Hussain
    Publication date:
    November 2010

    CAS briefing on the impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review on the Department for Works and Pensions.

  19. Keith Dryburgh
    Publication date:
    October 2010

     

    Advice in Scotland 09/10 is the first in a series of reports that look in detail at the people who use the service and the problems that they experience in their lives. The reports will be of great interest to policy makers, advice givers, businesses, and anyone with an interest in the major issues that affect people across Scotland. This report looks at those who seek advice and the broad areas of problems that they bring.

  20. Publication date:
    October 2010

    CAS wants to make sure that the people that use their local CAB are happy with, and can trust the service they receive. One way that we do this is by making sure the service is up to scratch with regular membership scheme audits.

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