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Andrea Leadsom: indyref2 ‘up for negotiation’

11 June 2019

Conservative leadership contender says ‘never say never’ on prospect of granting a second independence referendum

Changing the culture: Glasgow and the west of Scotland since devolution

10 June 2019

The west of Scotland is changing significantly through culture and regeneration, but some of the old problems still remain

Holyrood 426 / 3 June 2019

10 June 2019

Spotlight on the Tory leadership contest. Plus ‘Women in the Workplace’ including interviews with Ruth Maguire, convener of the Equalities & Human Rights Committee, and Alison Rose,...

Tory leadership contest: Boris Johnson vows to cut income tax for people earning more than £50,000 a year

10 June 2019

Former Foreign Secretary told The Telegraph that he would increase threshold at which workers start paying the 40p rate from £50,000 to £80,000

Ruth Davidson backs Sajid Javid in the Tory leadership contest

10 June 2019

Davidson said the Home Secretary, who is among 11 candidates battling to take over from Theresa May, embodied "aspiration, education, opportunity, hard work and just reward"

Women's work: interview with RBS's Alison Rose

7 June 2019

Alison Rose talks about the importance of getting the gender balance right and supporting women into business

Holyrood committee proposes banning Scottish Government from advance views of economic statistics

6 June 2019

The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee have proposed a committee bill which would abolish pre-release access to GDP and the Retail Sales Index for Scotland

Dominic Raab suggests he would shut down Parliament to secure Brexit

6 June 2019

Former Brexit Secretary Raab accused of behaving like "Stuart kings" by suggesting he would dissovle parliament to force through Brexit

Ruth Maguire: "We can get to that place where everyone's respected and protected"

6 June 2019

Convener of the Equalities and Human Rights Committee, Ruth Maguire, talks about why it is so important to listen to everyone's views in order to make good legislation

Majority of Scots would support 9pm watershed on junk food advertising

6 June 2019

YouGov research for Obesity Action Scotland has found strong support for restrictions on junk food marketing