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.
Last week the country came together to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS - considered by the vast majority of us to be our most precious and cherished institution.
Following Theresa May's disastrous unveiling of her latest Brexit plan, Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned stating he was "unpersuaded" and that the plan would mean Parliament's control would be nothing more than an illusion. She has replaced David Davis with another hardline Brexiteer - Dominic Raab. But who is the new Brexit Secretary?
Theresa May’s Cabinet Chequers lockdown was more fudge than a step forward. With their phones confiscated and threat of a taxi back home instead of a ministerial car, the day resembled a scene out of The Thick of It.
In a country as prosperous as Scotland, everyone should have access to affordable, nutritious food. But after eight years of Tory welfare cuts, more and more people are relying on emergency food support. This is unacceptable.
Almost 750 days on since the EU referendum, the chaotic UK government has finally published a Brexit plan.
Every child should be able to enjoy a safe, fulfilling, secure and loving childhood. Yet for far too many young people in care, and through absolutely no fault of their own, that’s not the case.
Tomorrow, at a country house in Buckinghamshire, the latest episode of the farce that passes as policymaking in the Tory party will be played out.
When it comes to private sector involvement in public services, Labour are big on rhetoric. But their record in government tells a different story.