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Advice in Detail: Children and relationships

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

Parliamentary Briefing on Kinship Care

In response to Members' Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 16 December 2010.

Basic bank accounts in Scotland

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.

Advice in Detail: Employment

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

Westminster Hall Debate: Effects of changes to Housing Benefit in Scotland

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.

Snapshot January - March 2011

Briefing outlining the social policy issues that have been reported by citizens advice bureaux from January to March 2011.

Welfare Reform Bill - House of Commons Report Stage briefing

CAS was involved in the shaping and writing of amendments proposed by action for children/SCoWR for the third reading of the welfare reform bill. The amendment relates to childcare and costs, and work focused interviews.

Welfare Reform Briefing

The CAS welfare reform briefing has been sent to all Scottish MPs before the 3rd reading of the Welfare Reform Bill in the House of Commons. The focus of the briefing looks at the major issues affecting our clients in the bill and impact on devolved legislation in Scotland.

Snapshot April - June 2011

Briefing outlining the social policy issues that have been reported by citizens advice bureaux across Scotland between April to June 2011.

Scottish Campaign on Welfare Reform briefing on the Welfare Reform Bill (House of Lords)

This briefing draws on the Scottish Campaign on Welfare Reform (SCoWR) manifesto to set out five key principles for welfare reform agreed by our diverse membership. It calls on the House of Lords to ensure these principles underpin debate and decisions on the Welfare Reform Bill.

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