Striking a balance: fossil fuels

25 April 2018

Despite ambitious renewable targets, fossil fuels are still important to Scotland

 

It wasn’t me... the search for answers in Syria

23 April 2018

The row over parliament’s right to vote on military action has sidelined the central debate over who was responsible for the deadly attack on Douma

Sketch: Theresa May finds herself in a hostile environment

20 April 2018

Let he who has never accidentally deported someone after destroying all record of their citizenship throw the first stone

Associate feature: The EU Internal Energy Market

19 April 2018

Gordon Downie from Shepherd and Wedderburn on what Brexit could mean for the UK energy market

Kenny MacAskill: The new SPA can be a lesson for public boards

13 April 2018

Public boards have a duty to reflect society, not simply in terms of gender balance but at a much broader level, writes former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill

The gender pay gap and the media's pursuit of balance

10 April 2018

A radio discussion on the gender pay gap raises questions over the media's approach to impartiality

Food bank use continues to rise, finds Trussell Trust

24 April 2018

Trussell Trust distributed 1,332,952 three day emergency food supplies to people in crisis last year, up by 13 per cent on previous 12 months

Scottish local government chief digital officer and University of West of Scotland CIO named among top 100 UK CIOs

23 April 2018

Martyn Wallace of the Digital Office for Scottish Local Government and Claudette Jones of the University of the West of Scotland are listed in the CIO 100

Consent on campus - building on the #EmilyTest

25 April 2018

Event report: attempts to tackle sexual abuse and harassment will require all partners to challenge behaviours and commit to gender equality

Striking a balance: fossil fuels

25 April 2018

Despite ambitious renewable targets, fossil fuels are still important to Scotland

 

Breakthrough in forensics to hand investigators a new tool in fight against wildlife crime

20 April 2018

With illegal traps often placed in remote locations, investigators have previously struggled to collect evidence of wrong doing