Nearly half of small rural businesses have poor broadband connection, Citizens Advice Scotland finds

18 July 2018

Almost all SMEs reported that the postal service was important to their business, with a greater reliance where broadband was poorer

Justine Greening calls for second referendum on Brexit

16 July 2018

Justine Greening said the agreement struck by the Cabinet at Chequers earlier this month represented "the worst of both worlds"

Crown Estate Scotland announces £4.5m in funding to help rural tenants

16 July 2018

The investment, split over 2017-18 and 2018-19, will be used to construct and upgrade farm buildings and to improve infrastructure

Number of people granted asylum in the UK falls in 2017

16 July 2018

Office for National Statistics figures show there were 14,166 grants of asylum in 2017, compared with 15,973 the previous year

Donald Trump: Theresa May's Brexit plan has 'probably killed' hopes of US-UK trade deal

13 July 2018

The Prime Minister unveiled her Brexit plan yesterday, outlining plans to maintain close economic ties with Brussels

Nicola Sturgeon to become first serving prime minister or first minister to lead Pride

13 July 2018

FM will appear as honorary grand marshal at Glasgow Pride on Saturday, at the same time as US President Donald Trump is expected to arrive in Scotland

Windrush scandal fallout sees Home Office suspend data-sharing activities

13 July 2018

The Home Office will take a three-month break from ‘proactive data sharing’ with other UK Government agencies