One third of Scottish solicitors have experienced violence or threats because of work

18 September 2018

A survey by the Law Society of Scotland found that 12 per cent of solicitors had experienced violence and 33 per had received threats

Associate feature: The time for action on obesity is now

18 September 2018

Obesity is set to overtake smoking as the leading cause of preventable cancers and the Scottish Government needs to act now, says Cancer Research UK

End favourable immigration status for EU citizens, recommends UK advisory body

18 September 2018

Post-Brexit migration system should favour skilled workers over poorer economic migrants, reports the Migration Advisory Committee

Emily Drouet's death shows us no-one should be waiting for help

18 September 2018

As the Scottish Government releases its Suicide Prevention action plan, Fioan Drouet recalls her own experience of discovering her daughter had taken her own life

Lib Dem leader Vince Cable to blast 'erotic spasm' of Brexit in speech to party conference

18 September 2018

Vince Cable will tell part members Brexit fundamentalists will cause pain to those who can least afford it

Swinney demonstrates controversial P1 tests

18 September 2018

The Education Secretary has come under fire once again for not listening to teachers and parents over standardised testing

Theresa May tells Tory MPs to back Brexit plan or see UK crash out of the EU without a deal

17 September 2018

Asked what would happen if MPs voted down a deal with the EU in Parliament, May said: "I think that the alternative to that will be having no deal."

Suicide prevention 'requires fundamental change'

14 September 2018

Event report: Scotland has an ambitious target to reduce suicides but does it have the roadmap?

Gordon Brown: World is ‘sleepwalking’ into another financial crisis

13 September 2018

Former prime minister makes warning ahead of the ten year anniversary of the financial crash