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By Jennifer Dixon, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Health and healthcare policy have been a matter for the separate administrations in Scotland, Wales...

We have spent much of this week discussing the Red Road flats. Should they be blown up as part of the opening ceremony of...

By Arthur Midwinter, University of Edinburgh; John Curtice, Strathclyde University; Karly Kehoe, Glasgow Caledonian University, and Neil Blain, University of Stirling Former UK defence secretary...

The first state visit to Britain by an Irish president this week has caused me to wonder what all the fuss and suffering over...

Someone recently asked me how I created an article from scratch. What was my ‘process’? To tell you the truth, the answer was woefully...

Rare medieval letters relating to William Wallace and Robert the Bruce are to be exhibited together for the first time. The exhibition entitled ‘Wallace,...

Tragedy is never far away. I live less than a mile from Liberton High School in Edinburgh where on Tuesday a 12 year old...

A budget review, business coaching, guidance on applying for research and development tax credits and a fair sprinkling of networking will all be on...

HBJ Gateley's corporate restructuring partner, Tim Cooper, has been named as the new chair for Scotland of R3, the insolvency trade association. Tim...

Jamie Livingstone has been announced as the new Head of Oxfam Scotland, one of the most high profile roles in the Scottish charity sector....