Securing the digital world: cyber security and GDPR

22 June 2017

A series of cyber attacks has grabbed the headlines – what is being done to protect our data and our safety?

Robots, connectivity and digital skills: progress on digital in Scotland

21 June 2017

With technology now permeating all aspects of life, there is a need for leadership as the public sector pushes to keep up with the pace of change

Tackling homelessness in Scotland

27 June 2017

Head of Communications and Policy at Shelter Scotland Adam Lang on why Scotland needs a national homelessness strategy

The SNP's strategy on indyref2 has been a mistake

25 June 2017

Kenny MacAskill: This was an election for SNP MPs to Westminster yet the indyref strategy allowed it to be portrayed as a referendum on Nicola Sturgeon

Parliamentary sketch: MSPs talk national parks

23 June 2017

Parliamentary sketch: Tory MSP Fin Carson continues his quest to get a national park to call his own

Education policy lacks coherence

20 June 2017

Education was one of the key issues of the general election in Scotland

Theresa May, Harold Macmillan and DIY

19 June 2017

A blow to the head during an attempt at DIY teaches Liam Kirkaldy a lesson about politics

Tackling homelessness in Scotland

27 June 2017

Head of Communications and Policy at Shelter Scotland Adam Lang on why Scotland needs a national homelessness strategy

Time limit lifted on damages in child abuse cases in Scotland

23 June 2017

The Limitation (Childhood Abuse) (Scotland) Bill will allow survivors of child abuse to pursue civil claims with no time limit on cases

Nicola Sturgeon: UK must guarantee future of EU nationals to protect farming industry

23 June 2017

Speaking at the Royal Highland Show, Sturgeon will argue Scotland “has benefitted enormously from freedom of movement”

Parliamentary sketch: MSPs talk national parks

23 June 2017

Parliamentary sketch: Tory MSP Fin Carson continues his quest to get a national park to call his own