Theresa May offers three million EU citizens the right to stay in UK after Brexit

Written by Nicholas Mairs on 23 June 2017 in News

It is not yet known when the cut-off date will be for eligibility to remain in the UK

Excellence In The Early Years Through Creative Play

We will explore how creative play can support development

Ambition 2030: Next Steps for Scotland’s Food and Drinks Industry

After a record year for Scotland’s food and drinks sector, the industry announced ‘Ambition 2030’ in March 2017 – backed by a total of £10 million in funding from itself, the Scottish Government, and enterprise agencies. The aim is to double the value of the sector to £30 billion by 2030 through targeted support for skills development, innovation, and access to markets both domestic and international.

Theresa May confirms police are investigating “potential terror attack” in North London

Written by Josh May on 19 June 2017 in News

A 48-year-old man was arrested at the scene of the Seven Sisters road incident, which appears to have been targeting Muslim worshippers leaving Finsbury Park mosque

Edinburgh councillors reach coalition deal

Written by Jenni Davidson on 16 June 2017 in News

The SNP and Labour have agreed to a deal to run services in the capital

Mike Russell: general election result was a rejection of hard Brexit

Written by Jenni Davidson on 16 June 2017 in News

Scotland’s Brexit minister Mike Russell also parties should work together on Brexit

Theresa May must rethink her approach to Brexit after losing majority, says Nicola Sturgeon

Written by Liam Kirkaldy on 14 June 2017 in News

First Minister writes to Theresa May urging the Prime Minister to “adopt a much more inclusive process in reaching UK objectives for the negotiations”

Labour says government in 'chaos' as Damian Green confirms Queen's Speech could be delayed

Written by Josh May on 13 June 2017 in News

First Secretary of State Damian Green confirmed the opening of Parliament could be pushed back due to ongoing talks between the Conservatives and the DUP

David Mundell re-appointed Secretary of State for Scotland

Written by Liam Kirkaldy on 12 June 2017 in News

Mundell said he hoped to “reset the relationship between Scotland's two governments”

SNP lost out from surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn, says Nicola Sturgeon

Written by Liam Kirkaldy on 9 June 2017 in News

The SNP’s loss of 21 seats stemmed from a surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn in Scotland as well as tactical voting by those concerned by second independence referendum, says SNP leader