Jeremy Corbyn hints he will stay neutral in second Brexit referendum

18 September 2019

The Labour leader has been urged by senior figures in the party to explicitly back staying in the EU 

Scottish Parliament should be given powers to scrutinise future referendum questions, committee says

17 September 2019

The Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee said that there should be legislation for referendum questions on issues of national importance

Drug deaths taskforce meets for first time

17 September 2019

The taskforce set up to tackle Scotland's "drug death crisis" added new members who have experience with drug use and recovery

Getting to know you: Kirsty Rafferty

18 September 2019

The Scottish Parliament's barista in chief takes a break to chat to Holyrood about what she's picked up over 15 years at Kirsty's coffee bar

On the world stage: an overview of the year in Culture, Tourism and External Affairs

18 September 2019

Brexit has made the contrast between the Scottish and UK Governments’ international agendas clearer than ever before

Jeane Freeman: striking the balance

13 September 2019

How the Scottish Government and COSLA are leading a major programme of public health reform

Associate feature: A compassionate Scotland needs everyone

10 September 2019

Katy Hetherington, organisational lead at NHS Health Scotland, on how a ‘whole society’ response is necessary to tackle childhood adversity

The Conservatives' contempt will come back to haunt them

10 September 2019

As the countdown to the threatened Halloween Brexit ticks away, the Tories will be haunted by the events of the last few days, writes Laura Kelly

Associate feature: Primary care services from your local community pharmacy

9 September 2019

Matt Barclay, Director of Operations at Community Pharmacy Scotland, on new services available through the Minor Ailment Service and the Pharmacy First Service

Meeting Mr Wright: NHS Scotland’s new boss on a lifetime in the health service

16 September 2019

Scotland’s new Director General for Health and Social Care Malcolm Wright discusses how a lifetime of experience in the health service has made him the right man to tackle its challenges

Jeane Freeman: striking the balance

13 September 2019

How the Scottish Government and COSLA are leading a major programme of public health reform

Scottish Parliament should be given powers to scrutinise future referendum questions, committee says

17 September 2019

The Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee said that there should be legislation for referendum questions on issues of national importance

Claim that Scottish judges are biased against Brexit sparks Tory row

12 September 2019

Downing Street had to confirm its confidence in the judiciary after a source suggested MPs “chose the Scottish courts for a reason”