Analysis: When it comes to social security, ministers need to prove Scotland can do things differently
Shirley-Anne Somerville has the dubious honour of following a politician viewed as one of Nicola Sturgeon’s most effective operators
This follows the announcement that the Scottish Government intends to end the sale of new petrol or diesel cars in Scotland by 2032
Speaking ahead of the announcement, the First Minister said: “we must not let Brexit define us, curtail our ambitions or halt Scotland's progress"
Q&A with the Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People on building a new welfare system
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announces 12 new bills in her Programme for Government
As the UK hurtles towards Brexit, the Edinburgh South MP writes for Holyrood on growing calls to retain the single market
The former Brexit secretary said it was a “straightforward” problem to deal with if the government was willing to put “political will” behind it
Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy Fergus Ewing on aquaculture, Brexit and rural...
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Nicola Sturgeon has said the Scottish Government intends to bring forward 12 bills over the next parliamentary year
The opinion poll for Best for Britain puts support for independence at 47 per cent if the UK leaves the EU
Meanwhile Michel Barnier said a "common rulebook" for goods but not services was not in Brussels’ interests
The Lib Dem leader urges fellow opposition leaders to back his call to scrap national testing
Rail policing and hate crime will be key issues for new justice secretary Humza Yousaf going forward
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform on the climate change bill, Brexit and cutting plastic use
Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport reveals her approach to her new job
The explosive resignation of the Labour whip by top MP Frank Field must be a “major wake up call” for the party over anti-Semitism, Tom Watson has said.
‘Age, Home and Community – the Next Phase’ is an update on the original 2011 strategy
Three per cent increase for salaried staff earning under £80,000
Writing for Holyrood, the First Minister highlights her government's record over the last 12 months