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Europe · Glasgow
Police Scotland is 'institutionally racist and discriminatory', chief constable Sir Iain Livingstone admits
Police Scotland's chief constable has admitted that the force is "institutionally racist and discriminatory". Sir Iain Livingstone, who is set to retire later this year, said prejudice and bad behaviour within policing was "rightly of great concern and is utterly condemned".See the Story
47% Left coverage: 17 sources
Europe · Edinburgh
Scotland's deposit return scheme: Minister avoids questions over compensation for businesses if project is scrapped
Lorna Slater is the minister for green skills, circular economy and biodiversity. She was quizzed at the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday. Ms Slater said the question of compensation was a "hypothetical one at this point" The Scottish government is seeking an exemption from the UK government for the scheme.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Scotland, United Kingdom · Scotland
Jury-less trials: Juries remain the best way of arriving at a verdict with the power to change lives forever
The concept of ‘reasonable doubt’ has absolutely no relevance to a victim of rape. The complainer knows to the point of absolute certainty that she wa...See the Story
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Humza Yousaf · Edinburgh
Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf reveals SNP auditors resigned six months ago - and he did not previously know
Humza Yousaf said Johnston Carmichael stopped doing the SNP's accounting "round about October" of last year. But he could not "comment on what was done prior to me becoming a leader of the SNP" SNP leader and Scotland's first minister did not say why they had quit then. Opposition parties said Mr Yousafi's revelation raised further questions about who knew what about their finances.See the Story
43% Left coverage: 7 sources
Humza Yousaf · Edinburgh
Kate Forbes leaves Scottish government after rejecting demotion from new first minister Humza Yousaf
Kate Forbes has rejected a job offer from Scotland's new first minister Humza Yousaf. She will return to the backbenches after serving in government for almost five years. Ms Forbes narrowly lost the SNP leadership race to Mr Yousafi on Monday. See the Story
42% Right coverage: 12 sources
Videos · Glasgow
'Scotland lost its way': SNP candidates clash on independence in fiery first TV debate
Candidates vying to replace Nicola Sturgeon clashed over independence in their fiery first TV debate, with Ash Regan claiming Scotland had "lost its way" on the issue "despite the worst UK governments of all time".See the Story
50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Nicola Sturgeon · Edinburgh
Scotland's deputy first minister John Swinney to stand down
John Swinney has been an SNP MSP since the beginning of the Scottish Parliament in 1999. The 58-year-old has been Nicola Sturgeon's deputy since she became first minister in 2014. He will stand down once a new first minister is appointed later this month. In a letter to Ms Sturgeon, he said it was an "honour to serve Scotland"See the Story
44% Left coverage: 9 sources
Humza Yousaf holds narrow advantage in SNP leadership contest
Humza Yousaf is widely regarded as the first minister's favoured successor. He has edged ahead of Kate Forbes, the finance secretary, according to research by Savanta. Forbes's hopes remain alive despite a disastrous start to her campaign. She was criticised for saying she would not have voted for same-sex marriage.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
SNP · Holyrood
Controversial SNP MSP John Mason to quit parliament at next election
Mason said he is “almost certain’ to step down at the next Holyrood election. The MSP for Glasgow Shettleston said he was 90-95% sure. He also defended his controversial statements on abortion. On Saturday, he was photographed participating in an anti-abortion protest.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 3 sources
SNP leadership: Candidates disagree on next step for gender bill
SNP leadership candidates disagree on how to deal with gender reform bill. Kate Forbes, Ash Regan and Humza Yousaf faced questions from party members. All three said independence was a priority, despite varying approaches. SNP members can vote for Nicola Sturgeon's successor from 13 March.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
SNP · Scotland
Scottish Tories urge SNP leadership hopefuls to stop 'hysterical attacks' on media
Scottish Tories urge SNP leadership hopefuls to stop 'hysterical attacks' on media. Party's chairman Craig Hoy has written an open letter to Kate Forbes, Ash Regan and Humza Yousaf urging them to stop "castigating independent journalists" His plea comes ahead of tonight's televised hustings on STV.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources