A spokesperson for the Scottish Conservatives said: "Ruth's extremely honoured to be included on such a list"
Auditors warned of “unusual transactions” at health board, Caroline Gardner tells MSPs
Blow for Theresa May as peers vote for UK to stay in customs union after Brexit
Event report: Cybercrime is the most secure way of committing crime, insists Klaid Magi, a leading European expert on the threat levels and how to combat them, “and everybody knows it."
Scottish Greens highlight decline in ASN provision as local authority budget cuts bite
'Little evidence' that technology ‘significantly disrupting’ Scottish labour market, STUC and Scottish Government report concludes
A joint trade union and government report challenges “pessimistic” visions of job losses due to technology
West of Scotland MSP Maurice Golden sits down for a moment of levity with Holyrood's Tom Freeman
Anger after it emerges Home Office destroyed historical documents after Theresa May took over as Home Secretary
Derelict and abandoned buildings targeted by Scottish Land Commission
The Scottish Government will give councils £2.8m to roll out the Caledonian System across the country
Scottish and Welsh Governments to defend their prospective emergency Brexit bills in the Supreme Court after UK Government confirms legal challenge
The Government has accused Russia of a large-scale cyber hack targeting thousands of British households
Under-threat energy fabrication firm BiFab rescued by Canadian firm JV Driver
Ministers are braced for a series of defeats as their flagship Brexit bill faces crunch votes in the House of Lords
Despite a number of scare stories about job losses, AI is set to bring many benefits
Theresa May is to meet with Caribbean leaders to discuss the plight of immigrants who arrived in the UK more than 50 years ago
UK Government is at risk of "stumbling into dangerous territory" over the use of "killer robots", warn Lords
Report warns autonomous weapons with the power to "hurt, destroy or deceive" human beings could be developed if the Government does not better control the use of AI
Downing Street rejects opportunity to meet Caribbean officials to discuss rights of Windrush generation
Some of those who migrated to the UK as children in the 1950s and 60s have now been warned they face deportation
Controversial 'rape clause' in tax credits provides women with "double support", claims Work and Pensions Secretary
Interviews with Susan Deacon and Jeane Freeman; Special section on Law and order including policing and how the criminal justice system in Scotland affects women. Plus, artificial...