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The SNP, Labour and the Scottish Greens says that Chancellor Osborne’s Summer Budget is not good news for Scotland, especially hitting the most vulnerable.
Independent MSP John Finnie has joined the Scottish Greens. He was received rapturously at their annual conference in Inverness.
Charities and poverty experts have spoken out about the deeply damaging effect of UK government welfare policies on Scotland’s poorest families.
A new ComRes survey suggests that people aged 18-35 years are more likely to oppose renewal of Trident than their older peers, in Scotland and beyond.
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.
Lower income families continue to shoulder burden of austerity under current UK government policy, says a leading anti-poverty agency.
Climate change campaigners in Scotland are highlighting the risk of the "carbon bubble" that could precipitate another economic crash.
A new report by the STUC, wants both sides in the independence debate to focus on workers' rights, inequality and economic justice.
A currency deal with the remaining UK would be in the "overwhelming economic interest" of all parties, business analysts maintain.
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.
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Church House Conference Centre hosted an event with a military think tank on Ash Wednesday.
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