In her statement at Bute House following the EU referendum result, Nicola Sturgeon said to EU citizens living in Scotland: “you remain welcome here, Scotland is your home and your contribution is valued.”
Since the EU referendum, the SNP has taken steps to reassure people from other European countries living here that they continue to be welcome in Scotland. Here’s how.
There are now just two candidates to be leader of the Tories and the next Prime Minister. Here’s what they stand for.
After being told by the Tory Westminster government and No campaign in 2014 that the way to protect Scotland’s place in Europe was to vote No, we now find ourselves potentially being dragged out of the EU against our will – and unfortunately for people in Scotland, this is only the most obvious of the broken promises from the anti-independence parties.
I am a previous 'no' voter, but, as everyone else I spoke to today in the light of the EU referendum results, I would whole-heartedly offer my YES vote if another Scottish Independence referendum was to be held.
Today Nicola Sturgeon is taking part in a series of high-level meetings in Brussels to secure Scotland’s place in Europe.
Today the Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, set out Scotland’s delivery plan for raising attainment in our schools. The plan sets out how we will ensure that every child, no matter their background, has the same opportunities and an equal chance to succeed.
Today Nicola Sturgeon addressed the Scottish Parliament and set up the steps she’ll take to secure Scotland’s place in Europe. You can read the speech in full here.
The SNP Scottish Government is working tirelessly to deliver what Scotland voted for – to stay in the EU.
On Friday morning I like many people in Scotland found myself watching the results of the EU referendum in disbelief as voters across the rest of the UK voted to leave the European Union.