Chapter 5 explores how advocates of IF have been implicated in broader processes of neoliberal state restructuring. By tracing the transnational linkages and pathways through which IF has travelled from England to Scotland, I show that TANs play a central role in mobilising ideas, policies and technologies conceived elsewhere, as well as the political strategies needed to promote these effectively. I use a framework developed by Keck and Sikkink to identify the specific processes, linkages and tactics used to put IF on the policy agenda in Scotland. As this transnational dimension is absent in much of the literature on IF, this framework, and my application of it, brings a unique perspective to our understanding of TANs and the domestic political contexts in which they operate. It draws attention not only to the practical work of advocates but also to the conditioning contexts in which they operate. In doing so it helps explain why, in this case, In Control advocates succeeded in translating their idea into policy but ultimately failed to effect the systemic change they had envisaged.