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Holyrood 420 / 11 March 2019

Holyrood 420 / 11 March 2019

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Special double issue with two covers: The Women’s Issue -  featuring interview with the equalities minister Christina McKelvie; and The Labour Party Conference Issue - featuring interview with Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.

THE WOMEN’S ISSUE

10   Overview: Gender gap progress report

Progress has been made, but there is much more to be done

14   Interview: Christina McKelvie

The Minister for Older People and Equalities on how her childhood in the east end of Glasgow shaped her priorities

21   Focus: Women in STEM

Experts warn progress needs to happen urgently if we are to avoid locking women out of the jobs of tomorrow

24   Roundtable: Men at Work

Male MSPs are asked about their role in the fight for equality

LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE ISSUE

42   Overview: Labour Party Conference

Scottish Labour heads to Dundee with a fight to be recognised

40   Interview: Richard Leonard

The Scottish Labour leader on conference, Brexit and indyref2

37   Spotlight: House of Cards

Labour has failed to capitalise on the opportunities Brexit presents

REGULARS

3 Editor’s note Who would have thought that proposed changes to something as dry as the census could prompt a vicious row about what makes a woman

6  Roundup

Pictures and numbers from

 the past two weeks

7 Talking Point

Health & social care in remote areas needs a pay boost

9 Digital Highlights

The best of Twitter and Holyrood’s online content

27  Insider Interview: Sir David Steel

Part of our 20th Anniversary Year series

30 Event Report

Why cyber crime keeps the Deputy FM awake at night

32 Comment

Kate Shannon: the good and bad of social media

33 Pets

Jeane Freeman’s cat Tosca is a bird killer

34 Diary

A cream pie and neeps, yer da sells Avon

35 Last Word

Liam Kirkaldy on the new fashion sweeping UK politics: resigning from your post and taking no responsibility

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