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Holyrood Magazine issue 402 / 23 April 2018

23 April 2018

Interview with Willie Rennie. Special section on renewables. Article on transgender equality

Scottish local government chief digital officer and University of West of Scotland CIO named among top 100 UK CIOs

23 April 2018

Martyn Wallace of the Digital Office for Scottish Local Government and Claudette Jones of the University of the West of Scotland are listed in the CIO 100

UK Government knew about impact of hostile environment policy on Windrush generation years ago

23 April 2018

Home Office letter shows ministers knew about the wider impact of the so-called “hostile environment” crackdown on illegal immigration in May 2016

MPs form cross-party group to tackle Russian threat

20 April 2018

The heads of the UK Parliament’s most powerful committees are working together on Russia

MSPs vote in favour of creating safe drug injection rooms

20 April 2018

Glasgow City Council wants to set up an injection room, but would need the support of the UK Government

Scottish Government announces new support service for families of homicide victims

20 April 2018

Victim Support Scotland will receive £13.8m for a homicide service and to develop a victim-centred approach to criminal justice

European Union rejects UK Government 'unworkable' Irish border proposals

20 April 2018

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier,  is said to have suspended talks on the future EU-UK trade deal

Sketch: Theresa May finds herself in a hostile environment

20 April 2018

Let he who has never accidentally deported someone after destroying all record of their citizenship throw the first stone

Associate feature: The EU Internal Energy Market

19 April 2018

Gordon Downie from Shepherd and Wedderburn on what Brexit could mean for the UK energy market

Talks commence to save Annan seafood plant

19 April 2018

Small town fish factory subject of ministerial intervention after owner plans to withdraw

HMRC refused to raid firm investigated for money laundering, citing the fact it was a Tory donor

19 April 2018

Tax officers refused to assist French investigations into Lycamobile, warning the firm is "the biggest corporate donor" to the Conservative party