Analysis: a year of familiar frustrations in health

31 August 2018

A look back at the last parliamentary year in health reveals the more things change, the more they stay the same, as pressures on services continue to grow

Q&A: Michael Russell on how Brexit is 'a scam'

30 August 2018

Michael Russell, Cabinet Secretary for Government Business and Constitutional Relations on his new position

Northern Irish police choose Civica for £10m criminal justice data sharing platform

30 August 2018

Civica has been awarded a contract to build a platform for sharing information between police, prisons, prosecutors and forensic teams

Richard Lochhead nominated as new Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science

30 August 2018

Announcing the decision, Sturgeon said Lochhead, who previously served as Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, would bring “significant experience to the role"

Transport campaigners call for direct Edinburgh to Cardiff rail link

30 August 2018

With the UK Government’s call for evidence on the new franchise closing today, Transform Scotland urged ministers to create a 'Celtic Capitals connection'

Ruth Davidson: Now is not the time for another binary referendum

30 August 2018

Writing for Holyrood, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives takes a look at the last 12 months and what is yet to come

New UK cabinet tensions over budget as Philip Hammond intervenes over plastic bag levy promise

29 August 2018

Relations between the Chancellor and Prime Minister are increasingly strained as Philip Hammond 'tells Theresa May to stay out of Budget preparations'

Nearly one in four 14 year-old girls in UK admit to self-harming

29 August 2018

Warnings that more early mental health interventions needed in schools after latest Children’s Society report suggests self-harming is becoming normalised

Trade unions back Perm Sec’s handling of Alex Salmond complaints

29 August 2018

PCS, Prospect and FDA unions defend complaints procedure they agreed upon last December