UK Government to challenge Scots court ruling that could block Brexit

19 October 2018

If the European Court of Justice rules Parliament can revoke Article 50 without the permission of the other EU states, it could see MPs stopping Brexit.

Argyll and Bute Council to submit bid for multi-million pound rural growth deal

18 October 2018

The bid proposes investment in areas such as transport, broadband, education and business innovation

Men who care: attracting men into the caring professions

18 October 2018

Attracting men into the caring professions faces some societal challenges but there is a movement to encourage more men into caring roles

Getting to know you - Ian Murray

18 October 2018

Edinburgh South Labour MP talks about football, Darth Vader and receiving abuse from taxi drivers with Gemma Fraser

The Ashers case raises questions over the weight we should give to deeply held convictions in public life

11 October 2018

Tobias Kelly, Professor of Political and Legal Anthropology, on the wider questions surrounding a baker refusing to make a cake supporting gay marriage

Kevin Pringle: Who is fixated on constitutional politics now?

9 October 2018

Writing ahead of the SNP conference, former SNP director of communications Kevin Pringle looks at the state of play

Nicola Sturgeon: The SNP can deliver for Scotland

9 October 2018

Writing for Holyrood ahead of SNP conference, Nicola Sturgeon says the party has to remain positive in the face of Brexit negativity

World Menopause Day marked by MPs

18 October 2018

Marion Fellows MP reads out Mandy Rhodes column in Commons chamber to mark World Menopause Day

Men who care: attracting men into the caring professions

18 October 2018

Attracting men into the caring professions faces some societal challenges but there is a movement to encourage more men into caring roles

UK Government to challenge Scots court ruling that could block Brexit

19 October 2018

If the European Court of Justice rules Parliament can revoke Article 50 without the permission of the other EU states, it could see MPs stopping Brexit.

Recorded incidents of bird of prey poisonings at a record low in Scotland

16 October 2018

There was only one recorded case of bird of prey being poisoned in 2017, according to the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime

BSE detected in Aberdeenshire

18 October 2018

Ministers have introduced an emergency prevention response plan, placing movement restrictions on the farm and launching further investigations to identify its origin

Argyll and Bute Council to submit bid for multi-million pound rural growth deal

18 October 2018

The bid proposes investment in areas such as transport, broadband, education and business innovation

HMRC's digital VAT pilot goes live

17 October 2018

Pilot to enable businesses to file their VAT online has gone live, aiming to make it easier for them to manage their records and save time