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MSPs urged to vote against EU Withdrawal Bill

15 May 2018

Brexit Minister Michael Russell said the Scottish Parliament must “unite to protect the powers of devolution”

House of Lords defeat government again with fresh call for Leveson 2

15 May 2018

Peers have repeated their calls for the second part of the Leveson Inquiry to be established - in yet another defeat for the Government

Holyrood Magazine issue 403 / 7 May 2018

14 May 2018

The Holyrood baby, Kirsty, is now two years old and starting to find her feet. Plus: the growth in electric cars and an Interview with John Carnochan, former head of the Violence Reduction...

UK Government to double cancer research funding in memory of the late Tessa Jowell

14 May 2018

Prime Minister reveals that the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Research Mission would receive £40m a year from government funding

Sharing intelligence across Europe more necessary than ever, head of MI5 warns

14 May 2018

In a rare intervention, Andrew Parker will ramp up the call for European intelligence chiefs to keep a united front against the Kremlin’s “aggressive and pernicious actions”

The Scottish Tories now stand isolated over the EU withdrawal bill

14 May 2018

Mandy Rhodes takes a look at the dispute between the UK and Scottish governments on the effect of Brexit on devolution

Keeping mum: MSPs talk about their role as parents

14 May 2018

To celebrate our Holyrood baby's second birthday, we asked a group of MSPs about being parents and what advice they would have for Kirsty’s mum

David Miliband says Jeremy Corbyn risks being the ‘midwife of hard Brexit’

14 May 2018

David Miliband has warned Jeremy Corbyn he risks being the “midwife” of a Brexit which threatens people’s living standards

Give prisoners the vote, urges equalities and human rights committee

14 May 2018

Tory MSPs oppose the report, which warned that denying those on custodial sentences the vote could impact negatively on society, prisoners' rehabilitation or democracy

Majority of British public in favour of vote on final Brexit deal, finds poll

11 May 2018

Survey found that 53 per cent of voters are in favour of having a say on the final Brexit deal, with only 31 per cent opposed

The Holyrood baby - a report card on the second year

11 May 2018

What legislation, policy or initiatives have had an impact on Kirsty, the Holyrood baby during her second year?

Loki: A letter to my son

11 May 2018

Somehow, one day we woke up and you were no longer just a digestive system with vocal chords, but rather, an autonomous person in your own right

Build new Royal Navy ships in UK shipyards, urges Jeremy Corbyn

11 May 2018

Jeremy Corbyn to use Glasgow speech to call for UK Government to reverse decision to put £1bn contract for new ships out to international tender

Regulate heat network sector, urges Competition and Markets Authority

10 May 2018

Heat networks distribute thermal energy to multiple properties for the use of heating, cooling or hot water

'Scotland is far from being fixed' - interview with John Carnochan

10 May 2018

EXCLUSIVE: John Carnochan, the former godfather of Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit, has some uncomfortable messages for politicians and crime fighters hoping to emulate his success

Brexiteer customs plan 'would hurt thousands of companies', Treasury warns

10 May 2018

Leaked Treasury analysis warns that the 'maximum facilitation' plan would shave 1.8 per cent off UK GDP in the long-term

Maree Todd: It takes a whole village to raise a child

10 May 2018

As the Holyrood baby turns two, Scotland's children's minister reflects on bringing up toddlers and the so-called 'terrible twos'

Bernie Sanders congratulates Scotland for "significant progress” in renewable energy

10 May 2018

Bernie Sanders says recent stats on onshore wind output show green technology is “not only a viable replacement for fossil fuels, but a means of creating good-paying jobs and leading the...