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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

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

Richard Leonard: Time to invest in hope

29 August 2018

Scottish Labour's leader says the impact of austerity has deepened in Scotland over the last year

Standardised tests will continue for P1 children, but under revised guidance

28 August 2018

Review of Scottish National Standardised Assessments concludes testing for P1 pupils will continue 

New chief executive appointed to the Scottish Police Authority

28 August 2018

Hugh Grover will join the SPA in October before taking up his full responsibilities in November

Theresa May’s Chequers plan risks 'unravelling' EU, says Emmanuel Macron

28 August 2018

Macron said France wants to maintain a “strong, special relationship” with the UK but not at the cost of the unravelling the EU

Associate feature: The future of health

28 August 2018

DHI's chief executive George Crooks talks about the future of health care

No deal Brexit would not be ‘the end of the world’, insists Theresa May

28 August 2018

The Prime Minister played down warnings from Philip Hammond that the UK could suffer a major economic hit in the event of no deal

Willie Rennie: People are changing their minds on Brexit and it’s their right to do so

28 August 2018

Writing for Holyrood, the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats takes a look at the last 12 months along with what might come next

Campaigners for new EU referendum launch plan to force Labour to change policy

27 August 2018

People's Vote want party members to submit a motion for debate at next month's Labour conference calling for a shift in its current stance

Scottish food tourism strategy targets an additional £1bn in revenue by 2030

27 August 2018

With visitors to Scotland already spending around £1bn on food and drink each year, the industry’s plans would see spending on food and drink tourism double