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Leading Tory rebel throws Theresa May a lifeline to avoid defeat on flagship Brexit bill

12 June 2018

A leading Tory rebel has thrown Theresa May a lifeline which could see her avoid a humiliating defeat on the Government's flagship Brexit bill

Boris Johnson backs new bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland

12 June 2018

Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind plans for a new £15bn bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland

Getting to know you: Gail Ross

12 June 2018

SNP MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross Gail Ross has a blether with Jenni Davidson

Christopher Brookmyre on the maturing of Holyrood

11 June 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Bestselling crime writer and satirist Christopher Brookmyre reflects on the indyref, long-term politics and the maturing of a parliament

Theresa May urges her MPs to send the nation “a message” on EU withdrawal bill

11 June 2018

Nicola Sturgeon warns “we now face an unprecedented constitutional position, which puts at risk 19 years of constitutional convention and practice, on which devolution relies”.

Nicola Sturgeon announces pay rise for NHS staff

9 June 2018

The increase will apply to all NHS staff in Scotland working under Agenda for Change and earning up to £80,000

Jeane Freeman accuses the DWP of putting Scotland “bottom of their to-do list”

9 June 2018

Jeane Freeman promised to create a new system “founded upon our unshakeable commitment to human rights and grounded in the principles of dignity, fairness and respect”

The SNP’s environmental policies reveal a fascinating muddle of contradictions

7 June 2018

A look at the SNP's approach to the environment reveals a mixed record on energy efficiency, air pollution and climate change

Growing ambition: challenges for the SNP as it heads to its spring conference

7 June 2018

As the SNP publishes the findings of its Growth Commission, how is the party faring going into its spring conference?