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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

Parliament backs migration powers

Cross-party support for tailored migration policy

Cross-party support was secured for a Scottish Government motion setting out the need for a

Scotland Makes New Human Rights Declaration

More than 100 groups which include trade unions, national charities and professional bodies from across Scotland have joined together to

“Overwhelming case” for Scotland-specific system

A tailored migration system for Scotland.

Scotland’s population projections show there is an ‘overwhelming case’ for Scotland to have the power

Scottish EU Bill likely to be introduced in February

EU Withdrawal Bill incompatible with devolution.

The Scottish Government has begun preparations to introduce an EU Continuity Bill to prepare Scotland’s

A spirit of Scottish assertiveness will fight an extreme Brexit

By Nicola Sturgeon,

The year ahead has the potential to be one of the most significant in Scotland’s recent history. I

Alex Rowley Resigns as deputy Scottish Labour leader

Alex Rowley has resigned as deputy leader of the Scottish Labour party. Rowley confirmed on Saturday that an internal investigation

GCC awards seven year ICT outsourcing contract to CGI

Contract designed to kick-start a step change in digital services to support jobs, education, innovation and health for decades to

World's Largest Salmon Producer Nets Business Benefits with Infor

 Infor, a leading provider of industry-specific cloud applications, today announced that Marine Harvest, the world's largest producer of farmed

Scottish Green Energy Awards #SRGEA17

Scottish Renewables is to launch The Scottish Green Energy Awards 2017.

The Scottish Green Energy Awards are to be held in

AROUND 12,000 social housing tenants who are under 35 in Scotland face rent shortfall

The introduction of the LHA cap to the social rented sector

The UK Government has announced intentions to cap Housing Benefit

Red squirrels are returning to Aberdeen woodlands

Recent feeder box monitoring and camera trapping carried out in Countesswells and Foggieton Woods, near Aberdeen, indicates a rosy future

Offshore data made public for the first time

Crown Estate Scotland now has spatial data relating to the organisation’s offshore assets freely available on their website for

Children caught up in violence in Mosul

AMMAN, 22 July 2017 – “The worst of the violence in Mosul may be over but for too many children

#GE17rural – Twitter hustings May 29 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

#GE17rural – Twitter hustings May 29 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Take part in our general election Twitter hustings with

CPS statement on election expenses

CPS statement on election expenses

10/05/2017

Nick Vamos, CPS Head of Special Crime, said: "We have considered files of evidence from 14

STV: Conservative’s have game'd the system

Analysis by Stuart B.

The Conservative’s have used the system by only placing one candidate when Labour and the SNP stand

Aberdeen University open's campus in Doha

Aberdeen University has opened a campus in Doha, Qatar. The partnership between the university and the Al-Faleh Group for Educational and

Enhancing the global profile of the Scottish seafood industry

Seafood Scotland is to receive £900,000 of European funding to promote its produce at trade events in Brussels, Boston, Tokyo,

"strong voices" to fight Scotland's corner

The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed claims she is avoiding talking about Scottish independence.

"My opponents are ridiculous. They go