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The Budget will see ?41bn come to Scotland through Barnett consequentials, a ?4.6bn boost from the previous year
The Budget will see ?41bn come to Scotland through Barnett consequentials, a ?4.6bn boost from the previous year
An independent audit said the attack ?displayed significant stealth and malicious sophistication?
Approval of the new oilfield would ?badly tarnish Scotland?s climate credentials", an letter to the FM warns
An independent audit said the attack ?displayed significant stealth and malicious sophistication?
Finance secretary Kate Forbes said the government was not party to the negotiations, but that avoiding industrial action is ?in all of our best interests?
Scott Douglas, Edinburgh councillor for Corstorphine and Murrayfield, and Herbert the dog
The event is expected to bring between 21,000 and 25,000 delegates to Glasgow, but concerns have been raised about the potential for the event to spread the coronavirus
Tributes paid to Conservative MP killed during constituency surgey
There were 55 homicide cases with a total 58 victims in Scotland between 2020-21
Scottish Government to publish 'catch up' plan after missing emissions targets for three years.
Following the murder of Sir David Amess MP, there is renewed focus on the growing level of threat and intimidation politicians face, particularly online. In this edition of the podcast, journalist Margaret Taylor speaks to SNP MP Carol Monaghan about what it was like to receive a death threat. Elsewhere, the team discuss whether Sir David’s death will lead to a tightening of security for elected...
The Health Secretary believes Glasgow's hosting of COP26 will lead to an increase in coronavirus infections in Scotland
The health board said occupancy levels were ?critical? at three hospitals
Scotland takes the lead in the UK, but all four nations lag international counterparts in Covid recovery spending
The sentencing of Sarah Everard?s murderer in late September has reinvigorated demands for misogyny ? the hatred of women - to be considered a hate crime, or as a standalone offence
Sridhar's comments come just days before the international climate summit is due to begin in Glasgow
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