The High Road: The Highlands since devolution

17 April 2019

Separated from the seats of power by more than just mere geography, what has devolution done for the Highlands to close the gap?

Clare Haughey: 'Mental illness is not something you have to hide'

12 April 2019

Scotland's mental health minister Clare Haughey talks to Gemma Fraser about combining her two passions - nursing and politics

Highland projects aim to tackle rural suicide

11 April 2019

Projects in the Highlands aim to tackle the problem of suicide in remote and rural areas. 

Sketch: Amber Rudd may or may not want to be Tory leader

19 April 2019

Amber Rudd goes on national radio to explain her cunning plans to become Conservative leader

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

The UK's callous disregard for Northern Ireland has felt like a betrayal

9 April 2019

Northern Ireland voted against Brexit, in large part because they could see what seems to have eluded Theresa May: that EU membership was part of the magic that made peace possible

Sketch: UK politics is stuck in an endless loop

5 April 2019

Theresa May is now willing to compromise on her plan, so long as that plan ends up being based on the withdrawal agreement she’s already negotiated unilaterally

The workplace parking levy deserves more consideration

29 March 2019

How can local authorities institute big transport projects unless they are able to raise the money to fund them? 

The High Road: The Highlands since devolution

17 April 2019

Separated from the seats of power by more than just mere geography, what has devolution done for the Highlands to close the gap?

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

Scottish Human Rights Commission calls on Scottish Government to enshrine right to food in law

15 April 2019

SHRC uses a new report to call on public authorities to address inequalities in people’s access to adequate food

The High Road: The Highlands since devolution

17 April 2019

Separated from the seats of power by more than just mere geography, what has devolution done for the Highlands to close the gap?

Scottish Government tells EU citizens “you are welcome here" following warning on immigration restrictions

15 April 2019

With up to 10,000 EU citizens employed in food and drink sector, the Scottish Government has launched support services to help EU citizens remain in Scotland after Brexit

Jeremy Hunt says David Cameron was a 'political genius' for selling austerity to public

18 April 2019

David Cameron and George Osborne hailed as geniuses by Tory leadership hopeful for persuading public to back huge cuts in public spending

No-deal Brexit uncertainties hit the Scottish economy, report warns

18 April 2019

Report finds that uncertainty caused by threats of a no-deal Brexit hit the Scottish economy in the first quarter of 2019.