Scots' self-rule could shake up work practices

August 1997
People Management;8/7/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p13
Presents information on the possible impact on work practices of a planned devolution that will create a Scottish parliament. Comparison of the devolution proposals for Scotland and Wales; Agencies and companies that will be under the control of the parliament; Possible effect of variations in income tax between England and Scotland according to Ian McMillan, director of the Confederation of British Industry in Scotland.


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