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Former Tory leader Lord Hague urges Theresa May to legalise cannabis

19 June 2018

The war on cannabis has been "comprehensively and irreversibly lost", former Conservative leader William Hague has told Theresa May, amid a growing Cabinet row over the drug

Inclusive growth and reinvention ‘key to success’ for Borderlands deal

19 June 2018

Growth deal for border councils needs to be more inclusive than other city deals, suggests Dumfries and Galloway chief executive

Households facing greatest risk of fuel poverty least likely to access support, finds Citizens Advice

19 June 2018

Report identified those in rented flats, both in the private and socially rented sector, households in rural areas and those relying on electric heating as particularly at risk

Theresa May prepares for Commons showdown with Tory rebels as Lords inflict yet another defeat on Brexit bill

19 June 2018

Peers have inflicted yet another defeat on the Government's flagship Brexit bill - and paved the way for a high-stakes Commons showdown between Theresa May and Tory rebels

The NHS needs Denzel Darku

19 June 2018

The story of Denzel Darku neatly encapsulates Scotland’s uphill battle with UK immigration rules and an ongoing struggle to fill public sector jobs

Life after #metoo

18 June 2018

In October last year, following publication of allegations of sexual abuse against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, there promised to be a revolution

“Smash and grab” on devolution will "haunt the Tories like the Poll Tax", warns Ian Blackford

18 June 2018

Speaking ahead of an emergency House of Commons debate on the Sewel Convention, Blackford warns “Scotland will not accept or forget the Tory government’s smash and grab raid"

Brexit has seen the UK Government’s contempt for Scotland laid bare

18 June 2018

Regardless of whether you think the SNP acted childishly in walking out of the House of Commons in protest, the symbolism was obvious

Armed forces facing £20bn funding gap, MPs warn

18 June 2018

SNP MP Martin Docherty-Hughes said spending gap is the "result of a culture of chaos" in Ministry of Defence