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

Under pressure: Darren 'Loki' McGarvey on living with a legacy of poverty

16 January 2018

A harrowing book about growing up in poverty in Glasgow's Pollok has become an unlikely bestseller

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 

 

Up the workers

19 January 2018

Former First Minister Henry McLeish on why more protection is needed for workers in Scotland

Keith Brown: Scotland's economy is stronger

18 January 2018

Things are on the up for the Scottish economy, argues the cabinet secretary

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

Theresa May's reshuffle failed to show she's in charge

14 January 2018

Theresa May's reshuffle was meant to be her new start. It was meant to stamp some authority over a team that has made no pretence of being collegiate

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

Up the workers

19 January 2018

Former First Minister Henry McLeish on why more protection is needed for workers in Scotland

Keith Brown: Scotland's economy is stronger

18 January 2018

Things are on the up for the Scottish economy, argues the cabinet secretary