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YouGov found one in three Scots are more concerned about climate change now than they were one year ago
Chris Grayling warns customs union would leave Lithuania with 'more power' over Britain's trading relationship than UK ministers
Grayling said it was a "myth" that entering a customs union with the EU would automatically solve the Irish border issue
The pledge to improve awareness and diagnosis comes ahead of World Autism Awareness Week
Jeremy Hunt and Michael Gove among the Tories who could try to succeed Theresa May
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will also appear in front of the committee ahead of a stage one debate on the climate change bill
MPs will vote for a third time on the Brexit deal on the day the UK was supposed to leave the EU
The 11 former Labour and Conservative MPs, who quit their parties in February, will become 'Change UK - The Independent Group'
How can local authorities institute big transport projects unless they are able to raise the money to fund them?
College employers have criticised the ballot result, calling it an "appalling ploy"
How HIV has gone from being a death sentence to a life sentence
The Commons voted 344 to 286 to reject the Withdrawal Agreement the PM struck with Brussels - a majority of 58
Matt Barclay, Director of Operations, Community Pharmacy Scotland, says we should explore how Community Pharmacy teams and other healthcare professionals can work in partnership with each other...
All other parties reject motion by Scottish Greens on urgent actions to address climate change
Interview: Police Scotland assistant chief constable Malcolm Graham says Scotland's unified police force will take a modular approach to technology
Scottish Police Authority report warns of "insufficient funding" for Police Scotland to cope with Brexit
Theresa May indicates she could still hold a third vote on her deal this week after MPs fail to agree on an alternative
Boris Johnson hints he could back Theresa May's Brexit deal rather than risk not leaving EU 'at all'
How strong partnerships between the private and public sector can help achieve smooth digital transformation
MSPs expected to formally back calls for Brexit to be cancelled in Scottish Parliament debate