We’re making hope possible, announcing new action to grow our achievements in government – to boost skills and prosperity, protect the most vulnerable in our society, and deliver the very best public services. Here’s what you need to know.
Here’s what didn’t make it into Theresa May’s conference speech.
Scotland is leading by example on fair pay, with the highest proportion of employees paid the real Living Wage of any UK nation, and is getting global recognition for it.
In government, we’re building more homes, we’re helping people buy their first home, we’re tackling fuel poverty and we’re ensuring tenants in the private rented sector don’t get ripped off.
For centuries Scotland’s exports have reached every corner of the globe – and our trade performance continues to grow and strengthen.
Here’s everything you need to know about how we’ll keep delivering progress on jobs.
The Scottish Government has published a new paper setting out why Scotland can, should and must have a role in future UK trade talks. Here’s what you need to know.
On Saturday we held the first of three National Assemblies in Ayr, using an innovative new format that put members in charge of the conversation.
A no-deal Brexit would cause a long-term and widespread damage in Scotland – shrinking the economy, slashing jobs, increasing food prices and causing chaos. We cannot, and will not, accept that.
Jeremy Corbyn is in Scotland this week. The Labour Leader is keen to promote his party’s policies but not so keen to talk about Labour’s record in government.
Economic growth up, employment up and unemployment down: how we’re delivering progress on Scotland’s economy.
We understand that to achieve our vision for Scotland’s economy we must ensure that rural communities have infrastructure fit for the future. Here’s how, in government, we’re doing that.
Despite the challenges we face as a result of Brexit, Scotland’s jobs market remains strong. Here’s everything you need to know about how we’ll keep delivering progress on jobs.
A secretive trust has donated almost £320,000 to the Tories since 2001 – including donations to the campaigns of current Tory MPs and MSPs, including the Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
We’re investing in greener ways to get around: creating new opportunities for walking and cycling; to drive low emission cars; or use greener public transport.
Here’s how, in government, the SNP is supporting a strong rural economy in Scotland.
Scotland is a progressive nation, brimming with innovation and confident of its role in the world. Today, Scotland is at the forefront of tackling some of the biggest issues of the 21st century.
Almost 750 days on since the EU referendum, the chaotic UK government has finally published a Brexit plan.
Over the past week, there have been some pretty damning revelations emerging over how the Scottish Tories are being bankrolled.
Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a new, refreshed Scottish Cabinet. The addition of new talent will ensure that the SNP government continues to deliver progress for Scotland.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a new, refreshed Scottish Government Cabinet. Here are the positions that have been announced.
In 2016 Scotland voted decisively to remain in Europe. Since then, Westminster has ignored the will of Scotland’s parliament at every turn.
Keith Brown is to dedicate his time and energy to his new depute leader role and become the standing campaign director for the SNP – with responsibility for building the case for Scotland to become an independent country.