Justice & Legal Affairs
19 October 2018
If the European Court of Justice rules Parliament can revoke Article 50 without the permission of the other EU states, it could see MPs stopping Brexit.
8 October 2018
The announcement of the taskforce follows a commitment by the Scottish Government to make the...
29 August 2018
PCS, Prospect and FDA unions defend complaints procedure they agreed upon last December
20 May 2018
Survey finds 87 per cent of Scots said they would report suspicions of human trafficking to...
No one wants to further burden a victim of sexual assault but we cannot allow assailants to walk free
6 May 2018
Rape convictions are ridiculously low but to believe the answer is to legally compel victims to...
Derogatory remarks do not enjoy enhanced rights of expression simply because they are uttered by politicians
28 March 2018
The Convener of the Standards Commission for Scotland on the on the ethical standards...
16 November 2017
Joe Connolly, CEO of Ypeople, on the particular challenges facing the homeless population in...
10 October 2017
The SNP conference has called for a new law banning sex for rent in Scotland
28 August 2017
Jeremy Corbyn mixed with the Scottish public on his permanent election campaign tour but left...
24 August 2017
SNP MSP Christina McKelvie describes the Tory MP's comments as “...
6 April 2017
Nicola Sturgeon says her argument with Theresa May over a second referendum "should be settled...
20 December 2016
Reports find pregnant women are being pushed into destitution by the UK asylum support system
15 December 2016
Holyrood's new columnist Laura Beveridge on her experience of care, and what needs to change