Rights-based approach to public transport needed to help those living in poverty, Poverty and Inequality Commission reports

20 June 2019

The commission found that poor transport services can leave people cut off, with those living in rural areas, women and disabled people particularly affected

Young prisoners to have phones installed in their cells under pilot

20 June 2019

The Scottish Government has asked the prison service to implement a pilot of in-cell phones across Polmont.

Fergus Ewing launches working group on farming policy

20 June 2019

The Farming and Food Production Future Policy Group will consider food production in response to climate change and Brexit, with a focus on the period beyond 2024

The sharing economy: the communities changing lives

20 June 2019

How communities are coming together to invest in services to improve their local environment 

Getting to know you: Adam Tomkins

17 June 2019

Adam Tomkins talks snakes, dinner parties and his love of Leonard Cohen

Natalie McGarry's sentencing exposed Scotland's judicial priorities

20 June 2019

Dani Garavelli on how Scotland's values are not refelected in its wide use of custody as a solution

Sketch: MSPs go to the funfair

14 June 2019

A debate on exemptions for low emission zones proves it may be time to merge the emergency services with Scotland's funfair industry

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

Natalie McGarry's sentencing exposed Scotland's judicial priorities

20 June 2019

Dani Garavelli on how Scotland's values are not refelected in its wide use of custody as a solution

Young prisoners to have phones installed in their cells under pilot

20 June 2019

The Scottish Government has asked the prison service to implement a pilot of in-cell phones across Polmont.

Rights-based approach to public transport needed to help those living in poverty, Poverty and Inequality Commission reports

20 June 2019

The commission found that poor transport services can leave people cut off, with those living in rural areas, women and disabled people particularly affected

Fergus Ewing launches working group on farming policy

20 June 2019

The Farming and Food Production Future Policy Group will consider food production in response to climate change and Brexit, with a focus on the period beyond 2024

The sharing economy: the communities changing lives

20 June 2019

How communities are coming together to invest in services to improve their local environment