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Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
Social citizenship after devolution
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  • 1. Social Citizenship after Devolution Daniel Wincott Blackwell Law and Society Professor Cardiff Law School WincottD@Cardiff.ac.uk Redesigning Devolution Institute for Government, September 2012
  • 2. Devolution and the balance of social citizenship • Core areas of distributive social services devolved • Taxes and (redistributive) welfare benefits reserved to the centre • Largely followed earlier administrative ‘devolution’
  • 3. Is this a balanced settlement? • Popular services devolved • No constraints on their governance or form of service delivery • Some lack of clarity over their (territorial) identity
  • 4. Social protection and the block grant• Social protection – Treating all British citizens equally?• Block grant (‘Barnett Formula’) for funding devolved systems – Could allow for equal social service ‘bundles’ – Mired in historic patterns, with no principled rationale
  • 5. Social protection and the block grant• Social protection – Treating all British citizens equally?• Block grant (‘Barnett Formula’) for funding devolved systems – Could allow for equal social service ‘bundles’ – Mired in historic patterns, with no principled rationale
  • 6. Austerity and the independence debate• The territorial politics of the NHS• Fiscal devolution• Devolving social protection
  • 7. Austerity and the independence debate• The territorial politics of the NHS• Fiscal devolution• Devolving social protection• Changing social attitudes to welfare (NatCen British Social Attitudes 28, Chap 2 ‘Devolution’)
  • 8. How did we get here?• Democratising prior administrative practice• Hard questions (England, Barnett)• Unionist muddle

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