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Social Security Administration and Tribunals (Scotland) Bill 2020: BRIA

This Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment (BRIA) analyses the impact of the provisions contained in the Social Security Administration and Tribunals (Scotland) Bill in relation to the cost and benefits to businesses and the third sector.

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Social Security Administration and Tribunals (Scotland) Bill 2020: BRIA
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Footnotes

1. Scottish Government (2017) Analysis of Written Responses to the Consultation on Social Security in Scotland

2. Scottish Government (2019) Disability assistance in Scotland: analysis of consultation responses

3. https://consult.gov.scot/social-security/social-security-in-scotland/user_uploads/consultation-on-social-security-in-scotland---full-version.pdf

4. https://www.gov.scot/publications/scottish-government-response-consultation-draft-investigation-offences-regulations-code-practice-investigations/

5. Stat Xplore, accessed 16th March 2020, Stat Xplore and NRS (2019) Mid-2018 population estimates Scotland: Child DLA May-18 caseload estimate, Scotland, under 18s: 38542. 30 June 2018 under 18 population estimate: 1,028,798

6. This includes children in several types of care setting, including at home (where a child is subject to a Compulsory Supervision Order and continues to live in their normal place of residence), foster care, residential unit or school, a secure unit, with prospective adopters, or in kinship care (where they are placed with friends or relatives).

7. Scottish Government (2020) Children's social work statistics 2018-2019

8. Scottish Government (2020) Children's social work statistics 2018-2019

9. https://beta.parliament.scot/bills/social-security-administration-and-tribunal-membership-scotland-bill#target1


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