Armed Forces and NHS Digital explore electronic transfer of health records

23 January 2019

GP records of army recruits will be transferred digitally to Defence Medical Services (DMS) – the umbrella organisation for all medical and dental personnel across the Army, Navy, and RAF

Scotland could achieve net zero emissions by 2045, study finds

23 January 2019

The study, produced by Vivid Economics, said carbon sinks will play a crucial role in balancing remaining emissions

Tory bosses 'warn Theresa May that Jeremy Corbyn would win snap election'

23 January 2019

Experts believe despite currently being neck and neck in the polls, Labour could be poised to win a 'ground war' in a general election campaign

The birth of a parliament

21 January 2019

In the year that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament, former first minister Henry McLeish tells Gemma Fraser how it all began

How hostile environment immigration policy reaches into every area of UK society

17 January 2019

Increasing numbers of professionals – from lecturers to social workers to midwives – are finding themselves thrust into the unwanted role of border guards

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

Brexit has lessons for an Indyref2

22 January 2019

Former Improvement Service chief Colin Mair says the case for a second indendence referendum was learn from the Brexit guddle

Scotland can help show the world what real economic progress could look like

21 January 2019

Dr Katherine Trebeck, Policy and Knowledge Lead at the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, on how Scotland can help design an economy in service of the collective good

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

Committee to back free music tuition for all pupils

22 January 2019

MSPs were told during an inquiry that the number of pupils receiving music tuition dropped dramatically after charging was introduced

Brexit has lessons for an Indyref2

22 January 2019

Former Improvement Service chief Colin Mair says the case for a second indendence referendum was learn from the Brexit guddle

More diversity needed in teaching profession

22 January 2019

Teachers from ethnic minority backgrounds make up just 1.4 per cent of the workforce

Committee to back free music tuition for all pupils

22 January 2019

MSPs were told during an inquiry that the number of pupils receiving music tuition dropped dramatically after charging was introduced

Armed Forces and NHS Digital explore electronic transfer of health records

23 January 2019

GP records of army recruits will be transferred digitally to Defence Medical Services (DMS) – the umbrella organisation for all medical and dental personnel across the Army, Navy, and RAF

Glasgow super hospital building to be reviewed after deaths linked to pigeon droppings

22 January 2019

Jeane Freeman announces investigation into Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in the wake of deaths linked to pigeon infection

£21m contract to supply mobile services to Police Scotland awarded to EE

22 January 2019

The three-year contract will enable police to access information remotely and spend more time in communities

Named person plan suffers fresh setback

18 January 2019

A panel set up to devise a code of practice said it is struggling to do so without making it too complicated

Scotland could achieve net zero emissions by 2045, study finds

23 January 2019

The study, produced by Vivid Economics, said carbon sinks will play a crucial role in balancing remaining emissions

Scotland could achieve net zero emissions by 2045, study finds

23 January 2019

The study, produced by Vivid Economics, said carbon sinks will play a crucial role in balancing remaining emissions