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Scottish growth pulls ahead of the UK

GDP rise outstrips official forecast in second quarter of 2018.

The Scottish economy grew by 0.5% during the second quarter of

The ‘This Time It’s Yes’ rally at George Square

Independence organisation, Hope Over Fear, have held their annual rally in Glasgow.

The ‘This Time It’s Yes’ rally at George Square

Completion of Lancaster EPS Subsea Installation

Early Production System development of the Lancaster Field.

Hurricane Energy plc, the UK based oil and gas company focused on hydrocarbon

FM outlines "a clear vision of the kind of country we want to be."

Delivering for today, investing for tomorrow.

Major reform of mental health services, investment in infrastructure and legislation to underpin a Scottish

Scotland’s voice in trade deals

Protecting the national interest.

Proposals to protect Scottish interests and values in future trade deals have been set out in a

Technical Notices published by UK Government

Brexit ‘no deal risks’

Scotland is facing a ‘no deal Brexit nightmare’, Constitutional Relations Secretary Michael Russell has said.

Mr Russell’s remarks

BBC Bias Demo - David McGuinness

Going to hand you over to Mr David McGuinness. Good afternoon folks on behalf of the organisers i.e. me, and

Support for asylum seekers threatened with eviction

£110,000 for emergency response.

In response to the threat of asylum seekers in Glasgow facing homelessness and ‎destitution, emergency Scottish Government

Stark figures show impact of Brexit on education workforce

Impact of Brexit on education.

Figures published today showing a massive fall in the number of EU citizens choosing to join

Glasgow Fire Recovery Fund - £5 million to support affected businesses

£5 million to support affected businesses.

Businesses impacted by the fires at the Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh building and Victoria’s

Statement by Michel Barnier following the July 2018 General Affairs Council

Press statement by Michel Barnier following the July 2018 General Affairs Council (Article 50).

Brussels, 20 July 2018

Ladies and gentlemen,

These were

Scottish Government response to the Brexit White Paper

External Affairs Secretary: “UK plans fall short and harm economy."

On July 12, the UK Government published a long-awaited White Paper

Cooperation with Yokohama City

Agreement signed with Yokohama.

Scotland has signed a joint declaration of cooperation with Yokohama City, the second largest city in Japan.

Yokohama,

Support for businesses and households affected by Glasgow School of Art fire

Hardship relief and emergency funding for residents and businesses.

Emergency and hardship funding will be made available to households and businesses

After nearly a year in the remote West Highlands

The contestants on Channel 4’s reality show Eden have left the Scottish wilderness to discover that the show was taken

Holyrood suspends indyref2 debate after Westminster attack

All parliamentary business has now been suspended by the presiding officer Ken Macintosh.

MSPs were debating a motion which would have

Scotland could remain in EU

The European Parliament’s constitutional affairs committee has published research saying there was enough "constitutional flexibility" for Scotland and Northern Ireland

Mike Russell has written to all MSPs - Withdrawal Bill amendment plans

Mike Russell has written to all MSPs about the UK Governments Withdrawal Bill amendment plans

Mike Russells letter:

“The UK Government has

Michael Russell - Legislative Consent Debate

Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe, Michael Russell

Presiding Officer,

When Donald Dewar spoke at the opening of the

Indyref2 backed by Holyrood

SNP and Green MSPs have voted together to obtain a majority for the First Minister’s motion to seek a section

Scottish Government set to block the Great Repeal Bill

Today, the Great Repeal Bill has been published by the UK Government.

Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell has responded by saying that:

First minister sends out image of her drafting Section 30 letter

Nicola Sturgeon’s letter, to be released on Friday, will request the UK Government for section 30 powers under the Scotland Act.

The transfer of

24 Royal Bank of Scotland branches to close

A total of 24 Royal Bank of Scotland branches are to close this year.

A Lloyds spokesman stated that 100 branches

Better with Willie Rennie and his amigo's

The Liberal Democrat leader in Scotland Willie Rennie, has pledged that his party's councillors will 'champion' local areas, as he

14 current Tory MPs could be prosecuted

After the Conservative Party was fined a record £70000, Tory MP's could be prosecuted over 2015 spending.

At least 14 current