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Health committee seeking Brexit views

11 December 2017

Holyrood committee will investigate challenges and opportunities of Brexit to health and care system

Getting to Know You - Jeremy Balfour MSP

11 December 2017

Conservative list MSP for Lothian, Jeremy Balfour sits down for a chat with Holyrood’s Jenni Davidson

Catherine Mayer: Harassment is not a 'women's issue'

11 December 2017

Interview: Women's Equality Party co-founder Catherine Mayer on 'Equalia' and being labelled as Tony Blair's 'other woman'

Nearly three per cent of Scotland’s total land mass now owned by local communities

8 December 2017

Estimate of Community Owned Land in Scotland 2017, published by the Chief Statistician, shows there were 562,230 acres in community ownership by June 2017

Brexit talks make "sufficient progress" to move on to trade

8 December 2017

UK and EU agree that sufficient progress had been made on exit payments, citizens' rights and the future of the Irish border to allow the negotiations forward in the New Year

Wildlife crime falls by 8% in 2016

8 December 2017

While the overall number of recorded crimes fell from 284 instances in 2014/15 to 261 in 2015/16, the number of crimes involving hunting with dogs rose to its highest in five years

Andy Burnham: Labour needs to show "clearer commitment" to devolution

8 December 2017

Former frontbencher said the decision to block him and Liverpool metro mayor Steve Rotheram from addressing Labour's conference showed the party did not take devolution seriously enough...

Information Commissioner’s Office ‘making enquiries’ after MPs admit to sharing passwords

8 December 2017

Three Conservative politicians have been reminded of their data protection obligations after revealing they share their login details