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Theresa May prepares for Commons vote on Brexit deal

10 December 2018

Brexiteer Tory MPs are poised to send in letters calling for her removal to 1922 Committee, according to reports

BEIS to work with communities to develop local industrial strategies

10 December 2018

Commitment comes as BEIS faces what the National Audit Office calls ‘significant capacity challenges’ as it grapples with one of the biggest Brexit-related workloads in Whitehall

David Coburn quits UKIP

7 December 2018

Resignation comes after UKIP leader Gerard Batten appointed English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson as an advisor

New pay offer for teachers expected later this month

6 December 2018

Unions expect to be offered a "multi-year deal" and say strike action is still an option

Scottish Parliament opposes Brexit deal

6 December 2018

MSPs vote to advise UK Government to drop its draft deal and political declaration for leaving the European Union

Train chaos set to ease after after Scotrail pay dispute settled

6 December 2018

An overtime ban for RMT staff at Scotrail could be set to end after reports of a pay deal struck with operator Scotrail

Gaelic education: is it effective?

6 December 2018

Gaelic-medium education is crucial to revitalise the language but there are many challenges in delivery 

Scottish Parliament set to reject Theresa May's Brexit deal

5 December 2018

Cross-party motion rejecting the Prime Minister's Brexit terms only to be opposed by the Scottish Conservatives

Quitting UNESCO would be an act of cultural vandalism

5 December 2018

Brexit isn't the only way the UK is looking to isolate itself from the world, and quitting UNESCO could have serious implications for Scotland