Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID)

Scottish Affairs Committee Report - The Referendum on Separation for Scotland (16.3.2014)

The Scottish Affairs Committee published the report "The Referendum on Separation for Scotland: the impact on higher education, research and tuition fees" on the 16th March 2014.

This report was published following the session of the Committee on the 29th January 2014 in which Professor David Raffe was called as a witness to discuss the impact of independence on research, higher education, funding and tuition fees. The report can be viewed on the UK Parliament's website via the following link:


Meanwhile, STV News and BBC News (16th March 2014) also picked up some issues on tuition fees mentioned in this report. The news articles can be viewed via these links:

Related news

Riddell's blog article on this report

THE - Scottish fees plan ‘not legal’, says Willetts

Related document

House of Common Oral Evidence: Scottish Affairs Committee - The Referendum on Separation for Scotland

Related project

Higher Education in Scotland, the Devolution Settlement and the Referendum on Independence