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

Scottish Parliament backs plans to give Just Transition Commission a statutory footing

16 January 2019

The Just Transition Commission will provide recommendations to government on how to achieve zero emissions while protecting jobs

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

Derek Mackay: 'I can't stand personality politics'

15 January 2019

Finance secretary Derek Mackay on how Scotland can avoid the dark side of Brexit and calling time on being the SNP chair

 

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

Sketch: MSPs talk planes, trains and electric automobiles

11 January 2019

The first debate back after the Christmas recess saw MSPs talk about how much they like hydrogen

Health services learn from both positive and negative feedback

7 January 2019

The Care Opinion team in Scotland defend its ability to drive change in the NHS through both good and bad stories from patients

Derek Mackay: 'I can't stand personality politics'

15 January 2019

Finance secretary Derek Mackay on how Scotland can avoid the dark side of Brexit and calling time on being the SNP chair

 

Breast cancer drug approved for secondary stages in Scotland at fourth attempt

15 January 2019

Breast cancer drug Perjeta approved for latter-stages patients after years of campaigns to make it available in Scotland

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

Scottish Parliament backs plans to give Just Transition Commission a statutory footing

16 January 2019

The Just Transition Commission will provide recommendations to government on how to achieve zero emissions while protecting jobs

Scottish Parliament backs plans to give Just Transition Commission a statutory footing

16 January 2019

The Just Transition Commission will provide recommendations to government on how to achieve zero emissions while protecting jobs

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