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  1. Scottish Child Payment and the labour market

    This publication presents Scottish Government analysis of how Scottish Child Payment interacts with the labour market in Scotland including how it impacts labour market decisions of its clients.

  2. Learning: For All. For Life. A report from the Independent Review of Community Learning and Development (CLD)

    This is the Report of the Independent Review of Community Learning and Development (CLD), which was led by Kate Still. The Independent Review began in December 2023 and was commissioned by the Minister for Higher and Further Education; and Veterans.

  3. Learning: For All. For Life. A report from the Independent Review of Community Learning and Development (CLD) – Learners Summary

    This is a Learners Summary of the Report of the Independent Review of Community Learning and Development (CLD). The review was led by Kate Still. It began in December 2023 and was commissioned by the Minister for Higher and Further Education; and Veterans.

  4. 'Moving on' from care into adulthood: consultation

    This consultation invites views on the support available to young people as they leave care and enter adulthood.

  5. Making sure that young people have the right support when they leave care: consultation - easy read

    This easy read version of the consultation asks for views on the support available to young people as they leave care and become adults.

  6. New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy: Delivery Plan 2024-2026

    This Delivery Plan sets out the actions that the Scottish Government, COSLA and Scottish Refugee Council will take forward with partners during the period 2024 to 2026 to support the integration of refugees, people seeking asylum and other forced migrants within Scotland’s communities.

  7. Post-school education and skills reform legislation: consultation

    We are consulting on proposals for legislation to change what public bodies do in the post-school system in order to simplify responsibilities for apprenticeships and student support.

  8. Strategic Board for Teacher Education: Meeting 28 Thursday 21 March 2024 2.00pm – 3.30pm

    Strategic Board for Teacher Education papers from Thursday 21 March 2024

  9. Employment Injury Assistance delivery - next steps: consultation - easy read

    This consultation provides an overview of the benefits that make up the Industrial Injuries Scheme and the unique complexities and challenges of transfer to the Scottish Government, and seeks views on the next steps for delivering Employment Injury Assistance.

  10. Employment Injury Assistance delivery - next steps: consultation

    This consultation provides an overview of the benefits that make up the Industrial Injuries Scheme and the unique complexities and challenges of transfer to the Scottish Government, and seeks views on the next steps for delivering Employment Injury Assistance.

  11. Aithris Bhliadhnail air Plana Nàiseanta nan Eilean 2023

    Gaelic version of the National Islands Plan annual report 2023

  12. Community learning and development: guidance for 2024 to 2027

    This guidance document outlines the national policy context for community learning and development (CLD) that education authorities should be aware of in complying with the Requirements for Community Learning and Development (Scotland) Regulations 2013 during the period of 2024 to 2027.

  13. Strategic Board for Teacher Education: Meeting 27 Thursday 1 February 2024: 10.00AM – 11.30AM

    Papers for the SBTE February 2024 meeting

  14. Island investment

    Deputy First Minister welcomes completion of new £49 million Stornoway terminal.

  15. Strategic Board Teachers Education Meeting Papers November 2023

    SBTE papers November 2023

  16. Public procurement generated more than £13 billion in 2021-22

    Report demonstrates public sector purchasing power.

  17. Strategic Board Teacher Education Meeting papers – May 2023

    Strategic Board Teacher Education Meeting papers – May 2023

  18. Agricultural wages: guide for workers and employers - twenty eighth edition

    The Agricultural Wages Order and guidance for workers and employers details the minimum hourly rates of pay and other terms and conditions for agricultural workers in Scotland.

  19. Child and parental wellbeing: measuring outcomes and understanding their relation with poverty

    Enhancing wellbeing is a crucial element of supporting the lives of children, young people and families living in poverty. This report represents a first step in assessing wellbeing outcomes and understanding their relation with poverty for low income families.

  20. Summary statistics for attainment and initial leaver destinations, no. 6: 2024 edition

    This statistical publication provides information on the educational attainment and initial destinations of 2022-23 school leavers from publicly funded schools in Scotland.

  21. Up-rating devolved Social Security assistance: multi criteria decision analysis - January 2024

    A report setting out a multi-criteria decision analysis of the options available to the Scottish Government to uprate devolved social security assistance in 2024 to 2025.

  22. Am Plana Nàiseanta airson Dùthaich a tha Math a Thaobh Biadh: Sgrìobhainn Chochomhairleachaidh

    This consultation covers the content of the national Good Food Nation Plan. It seeks views on the Outcomes; ways of measuring progress; and how different groups envision life in a Good Food Nation. It also seeks views on specified functions. This is a Gaelic translation of the consultation.

  23. Geàrr-iomradh air a' Phlana Nàiseanta airson Dùthaich a tha Math a Thaobh Biadh

    The national Good Food Nation Plan sets out six over-arching Outcomes; the range of targets and indicators that will be used to gauge progress towards achieving them; and details of food-related policies and initiatives from across the Scottish Government. This is a Gaelic summary of the Plan.

  24. National Good Food Nation Plan: consultation - easy read

    Easy read version of our consultation on the national Good Food Nation Plan, which sets out the Government's goals for food and how we will achieve them.

  25. National Good Food Nation Plan

    The national Good Food Nation Plan sets out six over-arching Outcomes for a Good Food Nation; the range of targets and indicators that will be used to gauge progress towards achieving them; and details of a wide range of food-related policies and initiatives from across the Scottish Government.

  26. National Good Food Nation Plan: consultation

    We are consulting on the first national Good Food Nation Plan. We are seeking views on the national Good Food Nation Outcomes, ways of measuring progress and how different groups envision life in a Good Food Nation. It also seeks views on specified functions.

  27. Schools - impact of Regional Improvement Collaboratives on pupils and practitioners: review

    Summary of the evidence captured in a review of the impact of Regional Improvement Collaboratives (RICs) on pupils and practitioners. This includes information and examples from the RIC Returns, and a summary of key themes identified in the interviews and focus group sessions.

  28. Fair Work action plan: evidence plan

    The Fair Work evidence plan sets out the approach to data and evidence which will support the Fair Work Action Plan to promote fair and inclusive workplaces across Scotland.

  29. Learning Disabilities, Autism and Neurodivergence Bill: consultation

    We are committed to protecting, respecting and championing the rights of people with learning disabilities and neurodivergent people. This consultation on proposals for a Learning Disabilities, Autism and Neurodivergence Bill seeks the views of everyone on how we can do this.

  30. Education: National Improvement Framework and improvement plan 2024

    Sets out the vision and priorities for Scottish education that have been agreed across the system, and the national improvement activity that needs to be undertaken to help deliver those key priorities.

  31. CashBack for Communities phase 6: equality impact assessment

    Equality impact assessment (EQIA) to consider the impacts on equality of the development of policy for phase 6 of the Cashback for Communities programme. The programme uses money recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 to fund projects for children and young people.

  32. Fair Start Scotland - evaluation report 5: qualitative interviews with service participants - years 4 and 5 - November 2023

    Part of a series of reports on the evaluation of Fair Start Scotland (FSS) employability service. The report presents findings from a series of qualitative interviews with FSS participants. The report covers years 4 and 5 (April 2021 to March 2023) of FSS delivery.

  33. Fair Start Scotland - evaluation report 5: participant phone survey - years 4 and 5 - November 2023

    Part of a series of reports on the evaluation of Fair Start Scotland (FSS) employability service. The report presents findings from a representative phone survey with FSS participants. The report covers years 4 and 5 (April 2021 to March 2023) of FSS delivery.

  34. National Transition Training Fund (NTTF): year two report

    Summarises the outcomes from year two delivery of 33 National Transition Training Fund projects funded by the Scottish Government from April 2021 to August 2022.

  35. Support for the Veterans and Armed Forces Community 2023

    This report highlights our continuing support for the Veterans and Armed Forces community in Scotland and provides an update on this year’s achievements and work undertaken to improve support and access to services for our Armed Forces, Veterans and their families.

  36. No One Left Behind and the Young Person's Guarantee: implementation evaluation

    The evaluation explores how effectively No One Left Behind and the Young Person’s Guarantee had been implemented, the experiences of service providers and service users, and lessons from early delivery. The evaluation took place between May and December 2022.

  37. Teaching Bursary in Scotland: Island Communities Impact Assessment

    The Teaching Bursary in Scotland provides bursaries of £20,000 as an incentive to ease transition into Initial Teacher Education for those considering a change in career in the hardest-to-fill STEM subjects and Gaelic as a secondary subject, Gaelic medium across all secondary subjects and Primary.

  38. European Investment Bank - SPRUCE evaluation: final report

    This report sets out the findings of the final evaluation of the Scottish Partnership for Regeneration in Urban Centres (“SPRUCE”) fund, undertaken by the Indigo House Group on behalf of the JESSICA Holding Fund Scotland.

  39. Connecting Scotland phase 3 - digital support for employability: evaluation

    A report based on primary research with people receiving digital support in phase 3 of the Connecting Scotland programme. Support provided in this phase aimed to improve participants' employability.

  40. National Islands Plan: implementation route map 2023

    Details how we will deliver on the commitments in the National Islands Plan, over the coming year.

  41. School age childcare: national children's charter

    In 2022 and 2023 A Place in Childhood and Scottish Government worked with children in schools across Scotland to design a Charter for school age childcare in Scotland.

  42. Post-school education, research and skills - purpose and principles

    The Purpose and Principles, Initial Priorities and supporting documents set out the framework for decision making for post-school education, skills and research to ensure the system is fit for the future, delivering the best outcomes for learners, employers and the public investment we make.

  43. Just transition for the built environment and construction sector: a discussion paper

    This discussion paper is intended to support engagement on a just transition for the built environment and construction sector. Building on this engagement, a draft targeted action plan and route map (late 23/24) will outline the key steps to delivering a fair transition for the sector.

  44. Just transition in land use and agriculture: a discussion paper

    This discussion paper is intended to support engagement on a just transition for the land use and agriculture sectors. Building on this engagement, a draft targeted action plan and route map (late 23/24) will outline the key steps to delivering a fair transition.

  45. Tackling child poverty pathfinders: evaluability assessment

    An evaluability assessment of the Child Poverty Pathfinders in Glasgow and Dundee to inform the development of an evaluation plan for the Pathfinder approach. Includes an evaluability assessment report and accompanying theories of change and initial monitoring framework to support evaluation.

  46. Child poverty pathfinders - early implementation process: evaluation

    This report explores the early set-up and implementation of the Child Poverty Pathfinders. The research uses in-depth qualitative findings to understand what has been working well and what has been working less well during the development stage.

  47. Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Between Scottish Ministers (SM) and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (SSWP) on joint working arrangements

    Memorandum of Understanding between Scottish Ministers and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on social security and employment services in Scotland.

  48. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: data protection impact assessment

    Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  49. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: Fairer Scotland duty assessment

    Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment (FSDA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  50. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: child rights and wellbeing impact assessment

    Child rights and wellbeing impact assessment (CRWIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  51. Fair Work action plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: business and regulatory impact assessment

    Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  52. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: equality impact assessment

    Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  53. Social Security - Scottish Carer's Assistance consultation: Scottish Government response - easy read

    Easy read version of the Scottish Government response to the Scottish Carer's Assistance consultation carried out between 28 February 2022 and 25 May 2022.

  54. Equality, opportunity, community: New leadership - A fresh start

    This publication sets out the First Minister’s vision for Scotland and the outcomes he and his government aim to achieve by 2026.

  55. Welcome to Scotland: a guide for Service personnel and their families - updated 2023

    Welcome to Scotland is a guide to support service personnel and their families upon their move to Scotland. Due to the moving nature of service personnel and their families they can be transferred to different bases. This booklet gives key information on what to expect when moving to Scotland.

  56. National Islands Plan Annual Report 2022

    The Islands (Scotland) Act 2018 requires that a report is presented to Parliament each year setting out the progress made towards delivery of the National Islands Plan. This report sets out progress made during the 2022 reporting year.

  57. Fair Work First guidance

    Fair Work First guidance for organisations seeking and awarding public sector grants, contracts and other funding – applies to grants awarded on or after 1 July 2023 and eligible agriculture grants awarded on or after 1 April 2024.

  58. National Events Strategy Review: Easy Read version

    Easy Read version of consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's National Events Strategy.

  59. National events strategy review: consultation - Gaelic version

    Gaelic version of consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's national events strategy.

  60. National events strategy review: consultation

    Scotland's National events strategy is being reviewed and updated. This will extend its term to the end of 2035. This survey provides everyone with a role in Scotland’s world-class event industry the chance to shape the sector’s updated strategy.

  61. National events strategy review: business and regulatory impact assessment - partial

    Partial business and regulatory impact assessment (BRIA) for the consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's national events strategy.

  62. Minimum Income Guarantee Expert Group: interim report - easy read

    Easy read version of an interim report outlines the group’s work so far and provides a summary of possible steps towards a Minimum Income Guarantee.

  63. Social security - Scottish Carer's Assistance consultation: Scottish Government response

    Our response to the consultation analysis report about the Scottish Carer's Assistance consultation undertaken between 28 February 2022 and 25 May 2022.

  64. Minimum Income Guarantee Expert Group: interim report

    This interim report provides an outline of the group’s work to date towards defining a Minimum Income Guarantee, the context in which the policy is being developed, provide a high-level overview of direction and early thinking towards potential actions.

  65. The Carer's Assistance (Carer Support Payment) (Scotland) Draft Regulations 2023: policy note

    This instrument sets out the rules and eligibility criteria for The Carer’s Assistance (Carer Support Payment) (Scotland) Draft Regulations 2023 and includes provision for transfer of benefits for individuals who live in Scotland and receive CA to Social Security Scotland and Carer Support Payment.

  66. The Carer's Assistance (Carer Support Payment) (Scotland) Draft Regulations 2023

    Where Scottish Ministers propose to make regulations under the Social Security (Scotland) Act 2018, they must make proposals publicly available. This page contains draft Carer Support Payment (Scotland) 2023 regulations which were sent to the Scottish Commission on Social Security on 3 March 2023.

  67. Young Person's Guarantee: update report March 2023

    The report highlights progress over the 2 years of the Young Person’s Guarantee and also sets out the direction of travel going forward.

  68. Celebrating apprenticeships

    First Minister kicks off Scottish Apprenticeship Week.

  69. Scottish local government finance - Green Book: 2023-2024

    Scottish Local Government Finance Settlement 2023-24: Funding Allocation Formula.

  70. Transitions to adulthood for disabled young people: literature review

    A literature review, commissioned by the Scottish Government, of existing Scottish, UK and International evidence on the experiences faced by disabled young people during their transition to adulthood. The review also explores best practice in supporting disabled young people during this time.

  71. Transitions to adulthood for disabled young people: literature review - easy read

    Easy read version of the literature review, commissioned by the Scottish Government, of existing research and evidence on disabled young people’s experiences of transitions to adulthood.

  72. Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary February 2023

    This publication presents statistics for Fair Start Scotland (FSS) from April 2018 to December 2022 and experimental statistics on the No One Left Behind strategic approach to employability delivery, reporting on those receiving support from April 2019 to September 2022.

  73. Fair Start Scotland - individual placement and support review: findings - easy read

    Easy read version of a full report including findings and recommendations of an independent review of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) in Scotland commissioned by Scottish Government and produced by Social Finance.

  74. Fair Start Scotland - individual placement and support review: findings

    A full report including findings and recommendations of an independent review of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) in Scotland commissioned by Scottish Government and produced by Social Finance.

  75. Fair Start Scotland employability service - year 4: online survey results

    Findings from a series of three short online surveys with participants of Fair Start Scotland (FSS) employability service. Surveys focused on experiences of in-work support, of re-joining FSS and on support for parents. The report covers year 4 (April 2021 to March 2022) of FSS.

  76. Fair Start Scotland - year 4: annual report

    Highlights the progress that our national employment support service Fair Start Scotland has made in its fourth year of delivery. It draws from evaluation research, provider and participant feedback to show the impact the service had on individuals and communities throughout 2021/2022.

  77. Green Freeports

    Winning bids announced.

  78. Anti-racist employment strategy - A Fairer Scotland for All

    The strategy is a call for action and a guide to address the issues and disadvantage experienced by people from racialised minorities in the labour market in Scotland. It is a key component in achieving our ambition to become a leading Fair Work Nation by 2025.

  79. Accessing help for cost of living

    New website provides ‘one stop shop’ for advice and information.

  80. Investing in Scotland’s workforce

    Up to £15,000 for eligible businesses.

  81. Cyber security boosted

    Training to help safeguard organisations from attack.

  82. 16,000 workplace opportunities secured through Young Person's Guarantee

    Over 600 employers sign up.

  83. Delivering on child poverty commitments

    Report details investment and actions in key areas.

  84. Urgent action needed on cost of living

    Calls for £30 billion support package.

  85. Removing barriers to employment

    Supporting people into work.

  86. Improving lives through employment support

    Further funding to provide a route out of poverty.

  87. Embedding entrepreneurialism

    Industry roundtable to focus on delivering economic ambitions.

  88. Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2022-26

    Best Start, Bright Futures.

  89. Spring Statement fails to properly tackle soaring living costs

    Finance Secretary responds to UK Government plans.

  90. Bold action needed to tackle cost of living

    Finance Secretary calls for immediate support.

  91. Urgent action needed to tackle cost of living

    Finance Secretary writes to Treasury ahead of Spring Statement.

  92. Supporting workers beyond the pandemic

    Working with trades unions to ensure fair recovery and just transition.

  93. National Islands Plan Survey: final report

    This report presents the findings from the National Islands Plan Survey. The research explores perceptions of island life in relation to the strategic objectives set out in the National Islands Plan.

  94. Fair Work in modern and graduate apprenticeships: research findings

    We commissioned this research to explore opportunities to embed Fair Work first principles in the modern and graduate apprenticeship offer in Scotland.

  95. Fair Work in modern and graduate apprenticeships

    We commissioned this research to explore opportunities to embed Fair Work First principles in the modern and graduate apprenticeship offer in Scotland.

  96. Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary May 2021

    This publication presents statistics for Fair Start Scotland (FSS) from April 2018 to March 2021 and experimental statistics on the No One Left Behind strategic approach to employability delivery, reporting on those receiving support from April 2019 to December 2020.

  97. Helping communities recover from the pandemic

    Commitment to tackle inequality.

  98. Fairer Scotland for disabled people - employment action plan: progress report - year 2

    Update on the progress achieved in the second year of implementing A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People: employment action plan.

  99. Fair work action plan: annual report

    This annual report provides an update on progress achieved on actions within the Fair Work Action Plan since its publication in 2019. It also sets out our future priorities for continuing to advance our Fair Work agenda across Scotland as part of our economic recovery and renewal.

  100. Gender pay gap action plan: annual report

    This progress report provides an update on actions within the Fairer Scotland for Women: Gender Pay Gap Action Plan since publication in 2019. It also sets out our future priorities for continuing to advance work on this issue across Scottish Government as part of our economic recovery and renewal.

  101. Additional funding increases training support for women in agriculture

    Access to scheme allows women in crofting and agriculture to develop their skills. 

  102. Employers back the Young Person’s Guarantee

    Growing number pledge their support.

  103. Tackling Child Poverty

    Further £7 million to combat inequality.

  104. Fair Work: action plan

    This document sets out the strategic approach the Scottish Government is taking to help achieve the 2025 vision for Fair Work.

  105. Helping vulnerable young people through COVID-19

    Almost £1 million to support people into work.

  106. £25 million apprenticeship support

    Creating opportunities for every young person in Scotland.

  107. £24bn infrastructure plan will boost jobs

    Benefits to reach every corner of Scotland.

  108. Helping high growth start-ups

    Creating jobs of the future.

  109. Boost for Scottish youth work

    New fund to help education recovery from COVID-19.

  110. Investing in our future workforce

    £10 million for apprenticeships.

  111. Rebuilding better

    Actions for economic recovery from COVID-19.

  112. £100 million for employment support and training

    Focussing on support for youth jobs.

  113. Help for homebuyers and employment support

    Finance Secretary announces measures to boost the economy.

  114. Promoting skills and employment

    Expert report welcomed.

  115. Return to Work package launched

    Initiative will see £230 million invested in a range of projects.

  116. Treasury wage support welcome

    More support for sick and unemployed needed.

  117. Scotland’s Devolved Employment Services

    An experimental statistics publication for Scotland.

  118. Scotland's careers strategy: moving forward

    Strategy highlighting the role that career education, information, advice and guidance (CIAG) services in Scotland can play in helping to address future skills demands and deliver inclusive growth.

  119. Scotland’s Devolved Employment Services

    An Experimental Statistics Publication for Scotland.

  120. Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary November 2019

    Statistics to the end of September 2019 cover the first eighteen months of Fair Start Scotland (FSS), which launched in April 2018, and the fifteen months of the Health and Work Support Pilot (HAWS), which launched in June 2018.

  121. Helping people into work

    Dignity and respect at heart of Fair Start Scotland.

  122. Landmark agreement to boost repopulation

    Councils across the Highlands and Islands back Scottish Government policy.

  123. More college leavers heading straight into work

    New paths into employment bearing fruit.

  124. Fair work: agreement between Scottish Ministers and the recognised civil service unions

    Sets out a number of principles on the conduct of employee and industrial relations that are consistent with the principles of the Fair Work Convention's framework.

  125. Apprenticeship target achieved for eighth year in a row

    More than 28,000 people started apprenticeships last year.

  126. Rural skills plan

    Securing, sustaining and progressing rural careers.

  127. Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary May 2019

    Statistics for the first year of Fair Start Scotland, the first two years of Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland, and the first nine months of the Health & Work Support Pilot (HAWS).

  128. A fairer Scotland for women: gender pay gap action plan

    Our action plan setting out a list of actions that will be taken to address the many drivers of the gender pay gap.

  129. New Modern Apprentice target

    Increased work-based learning opportunities across Scotland.  

  130. Employers encouraged to put ‘Fair Work First’

    Support to make workplaces fairer.

  131. Scotland’s Devolved Employment Services

    An Experimental Statistics Publication for Scotland.

  132. NHS Scotland learning disability employment: tools and guidance

    Guidance and tools to support NHS Scotland to increase the number of the people employed with learning disabilities.

  133. Supporting young people into jobs

    Grant will help with costs of starting work.

  134. No One Left Behind: review of employability services

    Steps the Scottish Government will take to develop an employability system which is flexible, joined-up and responsive.

  135. Helping disabled people into employment

    Social Security Scotland will learn from Scotland-India partnership

  136. Scotland’s Devolved Employment Services

    An Experimental Statistics Publication for Scotland.

  137. Enterprise and Skills Board: strategic plan

    This full plan provides clarity around strategic direction to enterprise and skills agencies and a blueprint to Government to turn up the dial on productivity and drive inclusive and sustainable economic growth.

  138. Health & Work Support launched

    £632,000 investment to integrate employability and health support.

  139. Scotland’s devolved employment services

    Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland, 2017/18.

  140. Employment level and rate (16+) in Scotland increased to the highest level on record

    An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland 

  141. Future of energy generation

    £33m investment by Aggreko in research and development.

  142. Budget sets out economic growth package

    Economic expansion at centre of spending plans.

  143. Scotland’s Budget

    Investing in the NHS, protecting low earners, backing Scotland’s economy.

  144. Transitional employability services

    Almost 3,500 people join in first six months.

  145. Scotland’s Devolved Employment Services

    Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland, 2017, Quarters 1 and 2

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