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Holyrood 421 / 25 March 2019

1 April 2019

Public health: The issues that affect us all. Including interviews with Joe FitzPatrick, the minister for public health, sport & wellbeing and Dr Roy Robertson, the GP who inspired...

Environment committee to hear from young climate change protestors

29 March 2019

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will also appear in front of the committee ahead of a stage one debate on the climate change bill

Independent Group registers as a political party

29 March 2019

The 11 former Labour and Conservative MPs, who quit their parties in February, will become 'Change UK - The Independent Group'

The workplace parking levy deserves more consideration

29 March 2019

How can local authorities institute big transport projects unless they are able to raise the money to fund them? 

Associate feature: Do we need to rethink partnership working in primary care?

29 March 2019

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...

Police Scotland 'will take a more iterative approach to rolling out new technologies'

28 March 2019

Interview: Police Scotland assistant chief constable Malcolm Graham says Scotland's unified police force will take a modular approach to technology

Commons plunged into fresh chaos as MPs reject every alternative Brexit option

28 March 2019

Theresa May indicates she could still hold a third vote on her deal this week after MPs fail to agree on an alternative

Bojo and Rees-Mogg move towards backing Theresa May's 'lamentable' Brexit deal

27 March 2019

Boris Johnson hints he could back Theresa May's Brexit deal rather than risk not leaving EU 'at all'

Associate feature: Stop, collaborate and listen

27 March 2019

How strong partnerships between the private and public sector can help achieve smooth digital transformation

Scottish Parliament to debate revoking Article 50

27 March 2019

MSPs expected to formally back calls for Brexit to be cancelled in Scottish Parliament debate