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Productivity and jobs are vital to the wealth and welfare of Scotland. If we could solve Scotland’s productivity challenge, this would provide a unique opportunity to create a more prosperous society and improve living standards.
Patterns of crime are changing. Police budgets are under increasing pressure. There’s a growing recognition that simply reinforcing what we already know about leadership in policing may not prepare the sector for the challenges which lie ahead.
It’s in this context that on June 30 the College of Policing launched its leadership review.
April is historically an important month for legislative changes, with a raft of new rules and regulations introduced. This year is no different, and will herald the introduction of a big change to the Scottish real estate market: the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT). Replacing Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), it will affect all transactions involving the purchase of, and granting of leases over, Scottish property.