Land ownership in Scotland sees 'irresponsible exercise of power'

20 March 2019

Scottish Land Commission reports Scotland's current pattern of land ownership is bad for local economies and communities

Mental health act review announced

20 March 2019

Legislation designed to reduce compulsory detention and treatment is to be reviewed, announces mental health minister Clare Haughey

John Swinney: Scotland is building cyber resilience

19 March 2019

Event report: Holyrood's cyber security conference hears that cybercrime is now over 50 per cent of all reported crime in the UK

Associate feature: Winning on a level playing field

18 March 2019

Andre Reibig, senior policy officer at the Scottish Funding Council, on how the benefits of student participation in sport run much deeper than you might think

Theresa May ‘cannot bring same deal back for third meaningful vote’, rules Commons speaker

18 March 2019

Intervention from the Commons speaker John Bercow means MPs will now not vote on Theresa may's deal for a third time unless the details change

Theresa May has lost all authority and must go

18 March 2019

Brexit has exposed voters to the unpalatable truth that the House of Commons is not a place of all the talents

Boris Johnson threatens to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a third time

18 March 2019

Boris Johnson said backing the agreement would open the door to a "greater humiliation" in the second phase of talks on Britain's EU departure

Jeremy Corbyn seeks cross-party backing for Labour's Brexit plan

18 March 2019

Labour leader writes to other opposition parties, as well as Tory supporters of the Norway-style "Common Market 2.0" proposal, in bid to come up with an alternative to Theresa May's deal...

Calls for increased resources for pupils with additional support needs

15 March 2019

A children's organisation has called for more resources but the Scottish Government argues there has been an overall increase in non-teaching support staff