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Theresa May expected to double number of new peers to get Brexit bill through the Lords

8 January 2018

Decision would contradict Burns Report recommendations, which suggested limiting number of new appointees in order to reduce the chamber’s size

Media misinterpretation of Alison Thewliss on tickling shows how good intentions can go wrong

8 January 2018

In talking about how parents can teach children about consent Alison Thewliss unwittingly walked into the perception that the SNP is too controlling over people’s personal...

Tony Blair: Labour is becoming 'the handmaiden of Brexit'

4 January 2018

Former PM Tony Blair accuses Jeremy Corbyn of giving the Conservatives a free ride by failing to oppose Brexit

Scotland 'needs ferry route to Scandinavia' says Angus MacDonald MSP

4 January 2018

Campaigners want a new ferry link across the North Sea to help stimulate the economy after Brexit

Carbon footprint of Scotland's homes falls by a quarter over eight years

4 January 2018

Growth of renewables, improvements in energy efficiency in housing and more environmentally friendly government policies have all helped drive down greenhouse gas emissions generated by...