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Cutting air passenger duty to encourage international flights to and from Scotland is likely to lead to a rise in damaging CO2 emissions, the climate change minister has admitted.
The Scottish Parliament will consider the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill in a final vote at Holyrood today.
Lawyers acting for Mohammed Asghar, a British man suffering from severe mental illness, have appealed against his death sentence for blasphemy at Pakistan’s High Court.
The latest Scottish Government statistics show a 12 percent reduction in the number of homelessness assessments between July and September 2013, compared to the same period in 2012.
Research by Scottish Renewables suggests 11,695 people are currently in full-time jobs in the sector, up five per cent on the previous year.
A new website has been launched to press for better standards in privately rented accommodation in Scotland.
A new paper on banking policy calls for RBS's retail operations in Scotland to be transformed into a network of local banks to boost regional lending to small businesses.
GPs have warned there is a “real danger” that if the number of requests connected to UK welfare changes continues to increase “there will be a detrimental effect for patients”.
A survey by You Gov for Shelter Scotland found 66% want house prices to remain the same or drop in value and 64% think UK house prices are too high.
The case for armed intervention against Syria has not been made or substantiated, says Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.