This week I’m joining the Mental Health Foundation in marking Mental Health Awareness Week.
Obesity is one of the biggest challenges facing our nation’s health. It is harming the people of Scotland and putting pressure on the NHS, other public services and our economy.
Scotland is a bold and positive country, rich in history and heritage, but forging ahead in a way that is progressive, pioneering and inclusive.
Prime Minister’s Questions is that moment every week when Theresa May looks increasingly like someone caught in the headlights. Four of my colleagues added to her misery last week.
In the past year infrastructure projects worth £3 billion were delivered in Scotland as part of the Scottish Government’s Infrastructure Investment Plan, including new schools, hospitals and roads.
As part of our #Vote100 Project, SNP activist Mridul Wadhwa writes about the women that inspire her in her activism for the most marginalised communities of women.
A year ago the people of Glasgow voted for the biggest change in local government this city has experienced in generations. They voted not only for a change in personnel and party, but for how we do politics, in where priorities lie, in how we do relationships with citizens and partners.
Ticket touts used to be those dodgy guys who hung around outside stadiums or concert halls with bundles of tickets in their pockets. But today, the ticketing business is a multi-million pound international concern and one of our biggest consumer crises.