Holyrood committee criticises ‘unacceptable’ lack of data on Business Gateway targets and performance
The committee also recommended that the Scottish Government look at Ireland as a model for reform of the business support service
After two failed attempts to pass legislation allowing patients in Scotland the right to choose when to die, there is now growing momentum for the issue to be re-examined
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will pledge to “stick up” for EU nationals in Scotland in France today
Four cabinet ministers in revolt over Theresa May's repeated warnings about a no-deal Brexit
There are more than 30 ambassadors from around Scotland helping to mobilise a grassroots response to the good food nation bill consultation
The Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers has backed the introduction of rent-pressure zones, which it claims would allow local councils to limit the number of holiday lets in areas...
Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will next month publish a full strategy document outlining plans for its initial pre-statutory phase
Scottish food and drink manufacturers need 19,000 new recruits by 2024 to meet their skills needs
Images from the Scotland Excel 10th Anniversary drinks reception
Labour rocked as seven MPs quit to set up anti-Corbyn platform 'The Independent Group'
Interview with Jackson Carlaw, The Scottish Conservative Party’s interim leader. Plus a look at Scotland’s food and drink industry including the impact of Brexit, regulating the food...
The row over Churchill shows Brexit is the UK's new “darkest hour” with little sign of political leadership
Mark Zuckerberg failed to show the “personal responsibility that should be expected from someone who sits at the top of one of the world’s biggest companies,” the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport...
The consultation, opening today, will examine whether inheritance rules reflect the needs of modern society
A debate on salmon brings out some tall tales from members of the Scottish Parliament
Bullying and harassment in public bodies could be going unreported, Standards Commission for Scotland warns
A survey found that 16 per cent of public board members had experienced bullying, harassment or disrespectful language
A call has been made not to penalise school students for strike action
MPs voted by 303 to 258 - a majority of 45 - against a motion endorsing the government's negotiating strategy
The plans would allow victims of rape and sexual assault to refer themselves to forensic services without reporting a crime
Scottish Labour has called for sentencing guidelines for sexual assault cases to be produced “as a matter of urgency”