Exclusive: Driven by compassion, fairness and mercy, Scotland’s new Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf tells Mandy Rhodes how he intends to tackle hate head-on without fear or favour
The Scottish Government has indicated it intends to make the criminal justice system more victim focused
Nicola Sturgeon pulls out of news conference after learning former Trump strategist Steve Bannon also invited.
Mandy Rhodes: For the leader of party that prides itself on upholding the Union, the PM is making a jolly good fist at tearing it apart
Teachers launch scathing attack on the Scottish Government over mounting pressures in the classroom
Douglas Ross says Tory MPs could be ready to vote against the UK Government over fisheries policy
Respite care model can be replicated across Scotland, says Leuchie House’s retiring CEO Mairi O’Keefe
Interview: Mairi O’Keefe tells Holyrood that people with neurological conditions deserve a human rights based approach
Mandy Rhodes on the Scottish Government's plans to consult on including misogyny in hate crime
Sketch: Liam Kirkaldy goes on a search for hope at the SNP conference
Continued UK membership of the customs union would make post-independence negotiations between the UK and an independent Scotland simpler, but a hard Brexit could boost support for...
If the European Court of Justice rules Parliament can revoke Article 50 without the permission of the other EU states, it could see MPs stopping Brexit.
Teachers vent their frustrations anonymously about the Scottish education system
Marion Fellows MP reads out Mandy Rhodes column in Commons chamber to mark World Menopause Day
Ministers have introduced an emergency prevention response plan, placing movement restrictions on the farm and launching further investigations to identify its origin
The bid proposes investment in areas such as transport, broadband, education and business innovation
Exclusive: Health board forced to apologise for ‘racist’ internal memo warning staff about Travellers
NHS NSS warned staff to be “vigilant” after a Travelling community settled near its Gyle campus in August
Glasgow City Council faces repair bill of up to £7.5m to bring the Winter Gardens back to a safe standard
Edinburgh South Labour MP talks about football, Darth Vader and receiving abuse from taxi drivers with Gemma Fraser
Attracting men into the caring professions faces some societal challenges but there is a movement to encourage more men into caring roles
Citizens Advice Scotland has linked the spike in problems with rent to the rollout of Universal Credit