Cancer strategy progress 'held back by staffing issues'

18 January 2019

Cross party group of MSPs report staff shortages are undermining the Scottish government’s £100m cancer strategy

UK must take action to stop oceans being treated "like a sewer", MPs warn

18 January 2019

In a new report, the Environmental Audit Committee urged UK ministers to clampdown on exports of highly-polluting plastic waste

Q&A: opposition parties set out their priorities for the Scottish economy

16 January 2019

Opposition finance spokespeople explain to Holyrood how they would manage the purse strings differently from the SNP

2019 will change Scottish politics forever

11 January 2019

As the Scottish Parliament marks its 20th anniversary, the political year promises to be an eventful one 

The UK's past means disputes over its museum contents are inevitable

18 January 2019

A fresh row has emerged between the Egyptian Government’s Antiquities Repatriation Department and the Museum of Scotland, over a casing stone from the Great Pyramid of Giza

Indyref2: from gung-ho to go-slow

15 January 2019

The SNP rank and file are growing restless, yet the party has been suffering from torpor, says Kenny MacAskill

Associate feature: How community pharmacies can help tackle minor ailments

14 January 2019

Matt Barclay, Director of Operations at Community Pharmacy Scotland, on a new independent report on the Minor Ailment Service

The Scottish Government's investigation into Alex Salmond shows basic incompetence

13 January 2019

Mandy Rhodes on how the inquiry into allegations of sexual misconduct against Alex Salmond was deemed unlawful

Glasgow City Council reaches settlement in equal pay dispute

17 January 2019

A £500m payout has been agreed in principle between council leader Susan Aitken and trade unions and lawyers representing council workers

Glasgow City Council reaches settlement in equal pay dispute

17 January 2019

A £500m payout has been agreed in principle between council leader Susan Aitken and trade unions and lawyers representing council workers

Cancer strategy progress 'held back by staffing issues'

18 January 2019

Cross party group of MSPs report staff shortages are undermining the Scottish government’s £100m cancer strategy

Former MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh fined £3,000 for professional misconduct

16 January 2019

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh served a fine for misconduct at a law firm she was at before she was elected, but actions were not intentionally dishonest

UK must take action to stop oceans being treated "like a sewer", MPs warn

18 January 2019

In a new report, the Environmental Audit Committee urged UK ministers to clampdown on exports of highly-polluting plastic waste

BEIS to look again at cost of smart meters programme

16 January 2019

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy also claimed it can still achieve its target of rolling out smart meters to three-quarters of UK homes by the end of next year

Glasgow City Council reaches settlement in equal pay dispute

17 January 2019

A £500m payout has been agreed in principle between council leader Susan Aitken and trade unions and lawyers representing council workers