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Tory civil war breaks out as Theresa May set to face vote of confidence

15 November 2018

Jacob Rees-Mogg fires starting gun on motion of no confidence in Theresa May over her Brexit deal, but insists it is "not a coup"

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab quits

15 November 2018

Raab said he was unable to support the terms of the proposed Brexit deal

Integration of health and social care ‘has not led to joined up financial planning’, warns auditor

15 November 2018

Financial planning between councils and health boards still not integrated or focused on outcomes, four years after integration act, warns Audit Scotland

Impact on children’s lung development from traffic fumes ‘persists despite Low Emission Zone’, finds study

15 November 2018

London's LEZ did not improve health outcomes for children, new study shows ahead of Glasgow's introduction to the idea at the end of the year

Scottish Labour in bid to force Scotrail renationalisation at Holyrood

14 November 2018

Scottish Parliament to debate scrapping Abellio's contract to run Scotrail after performance dip

Tory rebels force Theresa May into major U-turn over fixed-odds gambling machines

14 November 2018

UK Government backstracks over 'crack cocaine' gambling machines issue which made Tracey Crouch resign

The research shaping the health of a nation

14 November 2018

How the lives of heart patients are being dramatically improved due to funded research projects 

Home secretary Sajid Javid backs development of new tool to combat online child grooming

14 November 2018

Sajid Javid working with developers to create tools that could spot potential instances of online child grooming

Green campaigners push for dedicated Environment Act for Scotland

13 November 2018

Scottish Environment LINK has launched its ‘Fight for Scotland’s Nature’ campaign aimed at building on EU protections

Hospital staff and patients ‘improving food choices’ because of retail standard, finds report

13 November 2018

Hospital retailers found stocking more healthy food hit profits, but Healthcare Retail Standard hailed a success by NHS Health Scotland

UK Government on course for defeat over delayed crackdown on fixed-odds betting terminals

13 November 2018

More than 20 Conservatives have put their name to an amendment to the Finance Bill bringing forward the change to April

Scottish Tories call to increase littering fine to £100

13 November 2018

Alongside proposals for a Scottish recycling plant, which the Tories say would increase recycling rates and create jobs, the party will unveil plans for a ‘Scottish Green city plan'