19/12/2017

Delivering superfast broadband for all homes and businesses in Scotland

Below is a statement given by Fergus Ewing to the Scottish Parliament on how the Scottish Government will invest £600 million to deliver superfast broadband to every home and business in Scotland.

 

18/12/2017

Here’s how the Scottish budget will support young people

Derek Mackay has set out the Scottish Government’s budget plans for the year ahead. You can read a summary here

 

17/12/2017

Scottish budget: what it means for families

The Scottish Government has set out its budget plans for the year ahead. You can read a summary here.

 

17/12/2017

Scotland: the best deal for taxpayers of anywhere in the UK

From free medicine to free education, taxpayers in Scotland get the best deal anywhere in the UK.

16/12/2017

Scottish budget: what it means for businesses

Derek Mackay has published the SNP Scottish Government’s budget plans for the year ahead. You can get a quick summary of the budget here.

 

14/12/2017

Scottish budget statement by Finance Secretary Derek Mackay

Below is the statement given by Scotland's Finance Secretary, Derek Mackay, on the Scottish Government's budget plans for the year ahead. Check against delivery.

 

13/12/2017

The Scottish Tory austerity plan – you really couldn’t make it up

Tomorrow Scotland’s Finance Secretary will set out the Scottish Government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead.

 

12/12/2017

Building a fair, inclusive and more prosperous Scotland for everyone

Last week Glasgow became home to a new sculpture, ‘Homeless Jesus’. Designed by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz, it depicts Jesus as a homeless person, sleeping on a park bench. It was brought here thanks to a local fundraising campaign and it is hoped the sculpture will help raise awareness of homelessness and rough sleeping.

 

11/12/2017

Time for Jeremy Corbyn to get off the Brexit fence and back the single market

In the last week, everything we feared about the UK Government’s handling of the Brexit negotiations turned out to be true.

On Monday, having flown to Brussels to shake hands on the long-overdue first part of the deal, Theresa May was forced to perform an embarrassing last minute U-turn.
 

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