CPS statement on election expenses

CPS statement on election expenses


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

STV - Tories have gamed 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

4 party leaders lined up together

MSP’s including @NicolaSturgeon, @kezdugdale, @patrickharvie and @willie_rennie at the rape clause protest outside Holyrood after

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

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

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

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

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:

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

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

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