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Dugdale accused SNP of "dirty tricks" over controversial nurse

Nurse Claire Austin on the BBC Scotland leaders debate

KEZIA Dugdale has told Nicola Sturgeon to “stop the muck raking” and listen to her critics after a nurse who challenged her in Sunday’s TV debate was subject to online attacks.

12:09am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Dugdale attacks SNP "dirty tricks" over controversial nurse

Nurse Claire Austin on the BBC leaders debate

KEZIA Dugdale has told Nicola Sturgeon to “stop the muck raking” and listen to her critics after a nurse who challenged her in Sunday’s TV debate was subject to online attacks.

2:55pm Monday 22 May 2017

Watchdog is accused of failing victim of child abuse

a selection of documents readily available at Glasgow's Mitchell Library, detailing social work policy in the 1970s and 1980s

SCOTLAND’S social care watchdog has been accused of failing a victim of historic child abuse amid weak attempts to investigate his case.

12:10am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Campaigners call for stronger child poverty action

Generic child poverty image.

Campaigners have welcomed a report calling for the Scottish Government's Child Poverty Bill to be strengthened.

12:08am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Shopkeepers brand rates system ‘no longer fit for purpose’

Douglas Lambie, an associate at property firm Ryden

THE soaring use of business reliefs and exemptions proves the controversial business rates system is “inefficient and no longer fit for purpose”, shopkeepers have warned.

12:10am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Scots nurse who criticised Nicola Sturgeon faces social media backlash

Scots nurse who criticised Nicola Sturgeon faces social media backlash

A nurse who challenged the First Minister about the NHS during an election debate has come under fire on social media.

1:33pm Monday 22 May 2017

MSPs demand more support for asylum seekers

Prime Minister Theresa May listens to  to questions after she announced in the House of Commons, London, that she has triggered Article 50, starting a two-year countdown to the UK leaving the EU. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday March 29,

REFUGEES and asylum seekers should be allowed to apply for asylum in Scotland, rather than hundreds of miles away in England, in an effort to combat rising

12:08am Monday 22 May 2017

Agenda: It is time to bring all aspects of rail management back to Scotland

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By Professor Iain Docherty

12:07am Monday 22 May 2017

Corbyn maintains Labour commitment to Trident

Corbyn maintains Labour commitment to Trident

LABOUR is "committed" to renewing Trident nuclear weapons Jeremy Corbyn maintained, after a spat between two of his shadow ministers.

12:11am Sunday 21 May 2017

Rural Scotland at war over illegal killings of birds of prey

Rural Scotland at war over illegal killings of birds of prey

Scottish ministers’ attempts to defeat wildlife crime are unravelling thanks to gamekeepers boycotting government meetings, and the abandonment of prosecutions over the apparent killing of birds of prey, according to wildlife campaigners.

12:11am Sunday 21 May 2017
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