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FOI reveals that while 26 victims had requested to attend hearing, none of them had been granted permission.
Patricia Gibson wants law changed so all workers can be guaranteed two weeks off after the death of a loved one.
Party calls on the Scottish Government to act in order to relieve the economy’s reliance on unpaid work.
Former Scottish Conservative chairman Peter Duncan said Scots Tory councillors 'feel like fall guys'.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats want railcards to be opened up to all travellers, taking a third off ticket prices.
The Scottish Government has signalled its intention for Scotland to re-join the EU as an independent nation.
Boris Johnson has been urged to temporarily suspend patent rights covering Covid-19 related technology.
The former prime minister said it was an 'immense honour'.
The Scottish Conservatives say the figures make the case for upgrading key routes 'undeniable'.
They expressed their optimism for the new year, despite the threat posed by the Omicron variant.
Ian Blackford labelled the Prime Minister's regime as 'morally bankrupt'.
EIS' Larry Flanagan said there's no clear picture over what the staffing composition will be at the start of the new term.
Professor Catriona Matheson and deputy Neil Richardson say 'current demand for speed is counterproductive'.
Blair rejected the idea, telling the Tory leader that there were 'serious practical difficulties'.
The party is calling for closing the gender pay gap to be made a priority in 2022.
Scottish Labour has hit out at the 'soaring' cost of maintaining existing vessels.
An explanation has been demanded from Michael Gove over the approval of the money to fund pothole repairs.
Labour and Conservatives say businesses need more clarity after FM holds off decision on cutting self-isolation period.
First Minister tells virtual briefing of Scottish Parliament that Omicron accounts for 80% of total cases.
John Swinney says cross-border trips would go against the 'spirit' of regulations put in place by the Scottish Government.