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The idea is to create a state body like the NHS for social care in Scotland
Those wishing to live and work in the UK would need to gain 70 points, which would be awarded for criteria such as having a job offer, holding a PhD relevant to the job, speaking English and earning more than £22,000
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove said Brexit marked a “new start for everyone in the UK”
Part five of Holyrood's special series of interviews with 50 women aged 50, offering different perspectives on the experiences of women at middle age
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Alex Neil argues there cannot just be a return to the economic status quo
We now know that we can get people off the streets. We cannot allow them to go back
This lockdown has been a catalyst for many ills: a...
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