Brexit and party conference season - an evening with the editors

21 September 2017

Holyrood editor Mandy Rhodes joins a panel of editors from other dods group titles to discuss the biggest issues in Europe

Associate feature: Direction of travel – tackling health inequalities

19 September 2017

NHS Health Scotland chief executive Gerry McLaughlin explains why tackling inequality is at the heart of improving health

Dr Catherine Calderwood: Healthcare needs to move away from a quick fix

19 September 2017

Holyrood interviews Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer, Catherine Calderwood, on her realistic medicine vision

 

There is no quick fix in mental health

15 September 2017

Scotland can and must do better on mental health, writes SAMH chair Chris Creegan

Let's fix inequality now

13 September 2017

Public health professor Sir Harry Burns argues treating illness is not enough to create a healthy society

Named person data-sharing law ‘could lead to more legal battles’, warn lawyers

20 September 2017

Statutory code of practice on information sharing is currently "inadequate" for named person law, warns Faculty of Advocates and Law Society of Scotland

Named person data-sharing law ‘could lead to more legal battles’, warn lawyers

20 September 2017

Statutory code of practice on information sharing is currently "inadequate" for named person law, warns Faculty of Advocates and Law Society of Scotland

Named person data-sharing law ‘could lead to more legal battles’, warn lawyers

20 September 2017

Statutory code of practice on information sharing is currently "inadequate" for named person law, warns Faculty of Advocates and Law Society of Scotland

Police Investigations and Review Commissioner launches new investigation of Police Scotland chief constable

8 September 2017

The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner has announced it is investigating further allegations of misconduct against Phil Gormley

More clarity needed on circus animals ban, Holyrood Committee concludes

22 September 2017

The Scottish Parliament’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee has said the bill needs tightened “to avoid misinterpretation”