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People who rely on electric heating almost twice as likely to live in fuel poverty, finds CAS

11 October 2018

CAS report found that many of those who rely on electric heating are unable to afford to heat their homes sufficiently

The Ashers case raises questions over the weight we should give to deeply held convictions in public life

11 October 2018

Tobias Kelly, Professor of Political and Legal Anthropology, on the wider questions surrounding a baker refusing to make a cake supporting gay marriage

Theresa May 'will not quit' if DUP scuppers budget

11 October 2018

Downing Street insists Theresa May will not quit if Budget falls following DUP Brexit threat

Digital infrastructure must be given same priority as traditional construction projects, says Michael Matheson

10 October 2018

The Scottish Government this week announced plans to establish an infrastructure commission to advise ministers on how spending can deliver maximum benefit for the economy

Interview: the 79 Group – SNP young rebels who became the party mainstream

10 October 2018

Former members of the 79 Group on how they went from left-wing Scottish National Party pariahs to the forefront of Scottish politics

Put coding at the heart of the curriculum or risk missing out on growth, warns Catherine Stihler

10 October 2018

Stihler, co-founder of the European Parliament’s All-Party Library Group, said “there is no reason Scotland can’t be at the forefront of the coding revolution”

Interview: SNP depute leader Keith Brown on election prep and policy debate

9 October 2018

Keith Brown is simultaneously preparing the SNP for a second independence referendum, a general election, a Scottish Parliament election and another vote on the EU

Conference 'frustration' at Brexit waiting game on independence

9 October 2018

Constitutional relations secretary Mike Russell said he did not want a "memorable Scottish defeat" and had to be sure of winning the referendum