Theresa May to hand consumer watchdog new powers

18 June 2019

The CMA will be able to punish businesses which they deem to have broken consumer law directly rather than having to take the matter through the courts

HMRC to open high-tech Edinburgh hub

17 June 2019

Plans to relocate almost 3,000 civil servants to a new office building in Edinburgh city centre have moved forward

Inspiring young women to take up STEM in school essential to redressing gender imbalances in the tech industry, says charity

17 June 2019

Women make up just 23 per cent of the Scottish tech workforce, but only 20 per cent of pupils studying National 5 Computing Science in secondary schools are female

Women's work: interview with RBS's Alison Rose

7 June 2019

Alison Rose talks about the importance of getting the gender balance right and supporting women into business

Ruth Maguire: "We can get to that place where everyone's respected and protected"

6 June 2019

Convener of the Equalities and Human Rights Committee, Ruth Maguire, talks about why it is so important to listen to everyone's views in order to make good legislation

Why have the UK’s female leaders been so bad for women?

5 June 2019

The UK’s second female prime minister is no more a feminist ally than the first, says Laura Kelly

The Women's World Cup is a beacon of hope in a sport that lost its way

3 June 2019

The Scotland national team is off to France, and regardless of how they gets on, that’s something to celebrate

Scottish Labour desperately needs a reboot

2 June 2019

Mandy Rhodes on the state of Scottish Labour after the party fell to fifth in the European elections

An alternative Tory leadership contest

31 May 2019

Sketch: You would learn more from putting the 11 candidates in an Escape Room and filming it than from a TV debate

A roomful of women drowned out by a silent man

27 May 2019

Irrationality has become a common thread in everyday discourse where serious analysis has been overtaken by a rush to condemn

Inspiring young women to take up STEM in school essential to redressing gender imbalances in the tech industry, says charity

17 June 2019

Women make up just 23 per cent of the Scottish tech workforce, but only 20 per cent of pupils studying National 5 Computing Science in secondary schools are female

Children taking fewer subjects in school

14 June 2019

New figures show a drop in the number of subjects S4 pupils are taking compared with six years ago

Rejection of safer streets bill a 'damning indictment' of Scottish Parliament, warn environmental campaigners

14 June 2019

The bill, introduced by Scottish Green MSP Mark Ruskell in an attempt to reduce roads deaths and tackle air pollution, was rejected by 83 to 26

HMRC to open high-tech Edinburgh hub

17 June 2019

Plans to relocate almost 3,000 civil servants to a new office building in Edinburgh city centre have moved forward

Women's work: interview with RBS's Alison Rose

7 June 2019

Alison Rose talks about the importance of getting the gender balance right and supporting women into business