Public sector pay cap remains after MPs reject Labour amendment to Queen's Speech

29 June 2017

Labour calls on the Scottish Government to lift the public sector pay cap in Scotland after SNP MPs vote for Jeremy Corbyn's amendment to the Queen's Speech

Soft opt-out organ donation scheme to be introduced in Scotland

28 June 2017

SNP come round to the idea of an opt-out organ donation register after consultation shows overwhelming support

Labour to force Queen’s Speech vote on investment in emergency services

28 June 2017

Queen's speech amendments will call for an end to cuts to emergency services following the Grenfell Tower fire

Ruth Davidson unveils reshuffled Scottish Tory shadow cabinet

28 June 2017

Ruth Davidson said the reshuffle was aimed at showing the party as a credible alternative government

Tackling homelessness in Scotland

27 June 2017

Head of Communications and Policy at Shelter Scotland Adam Lang on why Scotland needs a national homelessness strategy

Nicola Sturgeon abandons plans for indyref2 before spring 2019

27 June 2017

Speaking in the Scottish Parliament the FM said she would “reset” the timetable for holding a referendum by spring 2019

NHS Scotland invites bids for £65m managed IT services for GPs

27 June 2017

Up to four suppliers are expected to be contracted to supply patient administration and clinical systems to primary care providers

European citizens rough sleeping in Scotland face being arrested and removed from the UK

27 June 2017

Home Office policy change means someone from the European Economic Area found rough sleeping would, under certain circumstances, be considered to be in breach of their treaty rights

Holyrood Magazine Rural Economy supplement / 19 June 2017

26 June 2017

The Royal Highland Show; Brexit and the future of Scotland’s rural economy; Science and technology bring urban and rural together; and Comment by Fergus Ewing, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy...

Holyrood Magazine issue 385 / 19 June 2017

26 June 2017

General Election 2017: Theresa May loses her majority despite the Scottish Conservatives gaining 12 seats, Jeremy Corbyn gains 30 Labour seats and Nicola Sturgeon loses 21 SNP seats to...

Cuts cannot coincide with integration, doctors warn

26 June 2017

Integration of health and social care across the UK is not supported by investment in capacity, warns BMA

Theresa May to set out plans to deport European criminals after Brexit

26 June 2017

The Prime Minister is expected to offer assurances to EU citizens living in the UK on residency, employment, health and benefits

Former SNP leader Gordon Wilson dies

26 June 2017

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Gordon Wilson's contribution to the success of the modern SNP was immense