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Getting to know you - Ian Murray

18 October 2018

Edinburgh South Labour MP talks about football, Darth Vader and receiving abuse from taxi drivers with Gemma Fraser

Men who care: attracting men into the caring professions

18 October 2018

Attracting men into the caring professions faces some societal challenges but there is a movement to encourage more men into caring roles

Argyll and Bute Council to submit bid for multi-million pound rural growth deal

18 October 2018

The bid proposes investment in areas such as transport, broadband, education and business innovation

World Menopause Day marked by MPs

18 October 2018

Marion Fellows MP reads out Mandy Rhodes column in Commons chamber to mark World Menopause Day

BSE detected in Aberdeenshire

18 October 2018

Ministers have introduced an emergency prevention response plan, placing movement restrictions on the farm and launching further investigations to identify its origin

Former Conservative PM John Major says party's Brexiteers 'will never be forgotten nor forgiven'

17 October 2018

Sir John Major has said that Brexiteers "will never be forgotten nor forgiven" as he warned that leaving the European Union could also lead to the break-up of the UK

HMRC's digital VAT pilot goes live

17 October 2018

Pilot to enable businesses to file their VAT online has gone live, aiming to make it easier for them to manage their records and save time

Chancellor Philip Hammond will need to find £19bn more a year to end austerity, IFS warns

16 October 2018

The think tank said that increasing income tax, national insurance and VAT to cover spending would put tax around the highest level since WWII

Recorded incidents of bird of prey poisonings at a record low in Scotland

16 October 2018

There was only one recorded case of bird of prey being poisoned in 2017, according to the Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime

Winter deaths in Scotland spike to 18-year high

16 October 2018

Eligible adults urged to seek vaccination against flu after figures show the highest winter death rate in 18 years

Nicola Sturgeon to set out alternative Brexit plan

15 October 2018

Speaking in London the First Minister is expected to urge parliament to stand up to Number Ten’s attempts to “railroad MPs into accepting a bad or blindfold deal on the grounds that no deal would...

Holyrood Magazine issue 410 / 8 Octoberl 2018

15 October 2018

Elephants in the room: Things the SNP can never forget

The class of ’79: Revisiting the SNP conference of 1982

Forgotten community: On the road with Scotland’s travellers...

Delays to rollout of emergency service communication network will cost over £1bn, Home Office confirms

15 October 2018

Home Office permanent secretary Sir Philip Rutnam also confirmed the cost of replacing equipment needed to maintain the existing system will fall to local emergency services