Scottish infrastructure and the weaknesses of current private funding models

27 April 2017

New infrastructure can have a positive impact, but recent high-profile failures in PFI school buildings suggest there issues with the model

Mental health strategy for Scotland: worth the wait?

26 April 2017

The Scottish Government is pitching for parity between mental and physical health, but how much will it cost?

Ruth Davidson’s star is beginning to fade

26 April 2017

Dani Garavelli asks what if Scots use the council elections to send a message to Theresa May about Brexit and welfare reform

It’s time to address the erosion of local government powers

26 April 2017

Lib Dem Councillor Graham Garvie on the ‘relentless shift’ of discretionary decision making powers away from local control

Slimming down Scotland: the Scottish Government’s plans to tackle obesity

24 April 2017

Minister for Public Health and Sport Aileen Campbell writes about the Scottish Government’s plans to get Scotland slimmer and fitter

Tech 100: ‘We’re identifying our invisible feral data, taming it and putting it to work for us’

24 April 2017

North Lanarkshire Council’s Peter Tolland and Ken Wilson of Perth and Kinross Council on what needs to be done to achieve change within local government

Scottish infrastructure and the weaknesses of current private funding models

27 April 2017

New infrastructure can have a positive impact, but recent high-profile failures in PFI school buildings suggest there issues with the model

Tech 100: ‘We want our entire business to be digital by 2020’

26 April 2017

Tom Meade, Registers of Scotland digital director, on efforts to bring the body up to date

College lecturers go on strike

27 April 2017

Bitter war of words between Colleges Scotland and the EIS over an agreement apparently reached last year

Additional support for learning funding cut by 11 per cent since 2012

27 April 2017

Children identified as needing additonal support for learning increasing while spending on support being cut

High Court orders UK Government to publish its air pollution strategy

28 April 2017

With UK air quality standards in breach of European law, High Courts orders Government forced to publish plans

Mental health strategy for Scotland: worth the wait?

26 April 2017

The Scottish Government is pitching for parity between mental and physical health, but how much will it cost?

High Court orders UK Government to publish its air pollution strategy

28 April 2017

With UK air quality standards in breach of European law, High Courts orders Government forced to publish plans

SNP Air Passenger Duty cut passes stage one debate

26 April 2017

The Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Bill passes first hurdle, despite fierce criticism from environmental and poverty campaigners

Damien Green denies copying Ed Miliband energy policy

24 April 2017

Damien Green confirms Tory manifesto will contain plans for a cap on energy bills

Scottish infrastructure and the weaknesses of current private funding models

27 April 2017

New infrastructure can have a positive impact, but recent high-profile failures in PFI school buildings suggest there issues with the model

Planned welfare cuts will "significantly reduce" income of poorest working-age households, finds IFS

27 April 2017

Cuts to tax credits, including changes which limit entitlement to two children, expected to reduce spending by around £5bn a year