Getting to Know You - Miles Briggs

17 January 2018

Scottish Conservative MSP Miles Briggs tells Liam Kirkaldy about time travel, his earliest memories and the greatest pain he has ever experienced

No recourse to public funds: How the UK's hostile environment policy is driving people into destitution

17 January 2018

With a growing number of people with insecure immigration status being driven into destitution, there is a limit to what local authorities can do to help

 

A muffled shuffle

15 January 2018

It’s a new year but it doesn’t look like a fresh start for Prime Minister Theresa May 

 

More transparency needed to tackle pay inequality

16 January 2018

It would be easier for women to challenge unequal pay if they could see they were getting less

Sketch: Stewart Stevenson's fishy tale

12 January 2018

A parliamentary debate on the Article 50 process gets bogged down in Stewart Stevenson's ongoing attempts to send the UK cabinet fish in the post

Media misinterpretation of Alison Thewliss on tickling shows how good intentions can go wrong

8 January 2018

In talking about how parents can teach children about consent Alison Thewliss unwittingly walked into the perception that the SNP is too controlling over people’s personal lives

No recourse to public funds: How the UK's hostile environment policy is driving people into destitution

17 January 2018

With a growing number of people with insecure immigration status being driven into destitution, there is a limit to what local authorities can do to help

 

Media misinterpretation of Alison Thewliss on tickling shows how good intentions can go wrong

8 January 2018

In talking about how parents can teach children about consent Alison Thewliss unwittingly walked into the perception that the SNP is too controlling over people’s personal lives

Nicola Sturgeon "confident" in legality of decision to ban fracking

12 January 2018

Petrochemical company Ineos this week announced it had applied for the decision to ban fracking in Scotland to go to a judicial review

Sketch: Stewart Stevenson's fishy tale

12 January 2018

A parliamentary debate on the Article 50 process gets bogged down in Stewart Stevenson's ongoing attempts to send the UK cabinet fish in the post

Nicola Sturgeon: Case for Scottish immigration system now "overwhelming"

16 January 2018

Speaking in Edinburgh the First Minister will argue that, with immigration essential to maintaining Scotland’s population, “the case for a different approach here is, to my mind, overwhelming”

More transparency needed to tackle pay inequality

16 January 2018

It would be easier for women to challenge unequal pay if they could see they were getting less