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Scottish party leaders are being asked to say whether they will allow all party members to choose sides freely in Scotland's independence debate.
Church of Scotland parishes have been asked to raise £100 each to help a charity for homeless Scots in London, following the loss of Scottish Government backing.
SNP Work and Pensions spokeswoman Dr Eilidh Whiteford MP has hit out the ‘compassionless UK coalition’ and its controversial Welfare Reform Bill.
People living with cancer have warned MPs that the Westminster government's welfare changes could push patients and their families into poverty.
The Church of Scotland has joined leading charities, faith groups and trade unions in urging Scottish MPs to uphold the Lords amendments to the Welfare Reform Bill.
The official consultation on the Scottish independence referendum has now been launched and is already provoking a lively and important debate.
Charities have called for a formal inquiry to be launched into kinship care in Scotland, following growing concern about neglected children.
SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon has urged MSPs of all parties to restate the Claim of Right and commit themselves to the principle of Scottish sovereignty.
Disabled and sick people angry at government cuts and changes that will hit thousands of vulnerable people across Britain are taking to the streets over the coming week.
Scottish Greens, the SNP and civic groups have welcomed the publication of the independence referendum consultation in Scotland and the debate it heralds.