Harriet Harman: we must rekindle the spirit of sisterhood across the UK

8 December 2017

Interview: as the longest-serving woman MP, Harriet Harman gives a pioneer perspective of a macho political culture

Is the Scottish Government's energy strategy just wishful thinking?

7 December 2017

Will the SNP’s dream of a publicly funded renewable energy company become a reality, or will it be consumed by the market’s burning desire for oil?

Scottish Police Authority ‘paid for DCC tax bill’

8 December 2017

Audit Scotland reports "unacceptable" spending levels of public money at the Scottish Police Authority

Wildlife crime falls by 8% in 2016

8 December 2017

While the overall number of recorded crimes fell from 284 instances in 2014/15 to 261 in 2015/16, the number of crimes involving hunting with dogs rose to its highest in five years

Wildlife crime falls by 8% in 2016

8 December 2017

While the overall number of recorded crimes fell from 284 instances in 2014/15 to 261 in 2015/16, the number of crimes involving hunting with dogs rose to its highest in five years

Brexit talks make "sufficient progress" to move on to trade

8 December 2017

UK and EU agree that sufficient progress had been made on exit payments, citizens' rights and the future of the Irish border to allow the negotiations forward in the New Year