Never before has the UK faced such a serious economic catastrophe, created and pursued by the current Prime Minister. It falls to us, as the official opposition parties, to push for certainty around workers' rights and the hundreds of thousands of jobs linked to the UK's EU membership.
To protect jobs, living standards, our economy and public services, we will continue to fight for membership of the European Single Market.
With Christmas fast approaching, millions of Scots will be hunting for online bargains.
The SNP Scottish Government has launched it’s new ten-year Mental Health Strategy, setting out 40 actions to improve access to services and ensure people get help earlier.
Many more people are expected to go hungry this Christmas. I’m not talking about people in far-flung places, but in our own towns and communities. Food banks in the UK are expecting their busiest ever Christmas against a backdrop of growing need.
We’ve run up the cost.
Scottish Conservative MPs at Westminster have spent the past weeks spread misinformation on the facts of broadband in Scotland. The Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary responsible for digital connectivity, Fergus Ewing MSP, responded to their comments and set the record straight: Superfast broadband availability in Scotland has increased at a faster rate than other UK nations.
The Tories have drastically sped-up the equalisation of the State Pension Age – denying women born in the 1950s the pensions they are due. This has affected 2.6 million women and led to an increase in poverty.