Scottish independence reports: Devolution
- Serving Scotland Better: Scotland and the United Kingdom in the 21st Century (Commission on Scottish devolution) (June 15, 2009) - The body set up to review devolution a decade on, known as the Calman Commission, recommended transferring new tax and other powers from Westminster to Holyrood.
- The Scottish Government Response to the Recommendations of the Commission on Scottish Devolution (Scottish government) (June, 2009) -Responding to the work of the Calman Commission on powers for Scotland, the Scottish government said its remit was too narrow because it did not cover independence.
- Federalism: the best future for Scotland (Home Rule and Community Rule Commission of the Scottish Liberal Democrats) (October 2012) - The Scottish Liberal Democrat Home Rule Commission said a more powerful devolved Scottish Parliament remaining in the Union was the best way forward for the nation.
- Coalition paper setting out the powers, functions and accountability of the Scottish Parliament (UK government) (30 November 2010) -The UK government said new tax and other powers due to be given to Holyrood marked a new phase in Scottish devolution.
- A stronger Scotland within the UK and summary of the Devo Plus proposals (DevoPlus) (May 2012) - The DevoPlus organisation, which backs more powers for Holyrood short of independence, set out the case for Scottish control over income and corporation tax.
- A New Union (DevoPlus) (November 2012) - The DevoPlus organisation, which backs more powers for Holyrood short of independence, said its aims could be delivered during the lifetime of the next UK parliament.
- Fairer Scotland and Devolution (Unison) (28 February 2013) - Scotland's main public sector union set out its vision for enhanced devolution, including giving full income tax powers to Holyrood, while business tax should remain at a UK level.
- Powers for a purpose - strengthening devolution, Scottish Labour Devolution Commission Interim Report (Scottish Labour) (18 April, 2013) - A commission set up by Scottish Labour said there was a strong case for devolving income tax in full to the Scottish Parliament.
- Pay as you drive: The road to a better future (Reform Scotland) (29 October, 2013) - The think tank made an argument in support of a road pricing system to replace fuel and vehicle taxes, under enhanced Scottish devolution.