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3,450 new homes for West Lothian

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, gio 17 gennaio 2019 More than 3,000 new homes are to be built in West Lothian – creating one of the UK’s biggest housing-linked infrastructure projects and generating up to £1 billion value to the economy over 15 to 20 years. The Scottish Government’s Building Scotland Fund...
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Record number of students from deprived areas at university

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, gio 17 gennaio 2019 A record number of full time first degree students at Scottish universities were from the most deprived areas in Scotland last year.  New figures show that, in 2017/18, 15.6% of students entering university were from the 20% most deprived areas. This is 0.4%...
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Letter to the Prime Minister

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, mer 16 gennaio 2019 16 January 2019 Dear Theresa, Following the rejection yesterday by the House of Commons of the UK Government’s deal on the Withdrawal Agreement and future relationship with the EU, I am writing to urge urgent engagement with the devolved administrations as the next...
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Scottish Affairs Committee looks to Canada and Belgium for devolution direction

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(AGENPARL) – London, lun 14 gennaio 2019 The Scottish Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into the relationship between the Scottish and UK Governments, with an evidence session looking at how other countries manage intergovernmental relations. Purpose of the session The Scottish Affairs Committee is holding an inquiry into how cooperation...
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Reforming defamation law

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, lun 14 gennaio 2019 The public is being invited to help reform defamation law to ensure it is fit for 21st century Scotland. A new consultation on defamation – the damaging of an individual’s reputation through false communication – follows a report by the Scottish Law Commission...
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MPs asked to dismiss UK Government’s Brexit options

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, dom 13 gennaio 2019 Constitutional Relations Secretary Michael Russell is writing to all MPs setting out steps the Scottish Government believes must be taken to protect both Scotland and the UK from the UK Government’s Brexit deal and a no deal outcome. Mr Russell said the views...
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Helping businesses grow and thrive

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, dom 13 gennaio 2019 Businesses will be able to access more than £100 million to help them expand and unlock investment through the next phase of the Scottish Growth Scheme. Through a variety of appointed fund managers, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) across Scotland will have the...
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Statement from Permanent Secretary at the Scottish Government Leslie Evans

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, mar 08 gennaio 2019 Lawyers for the Scottish Government and for Alex Salmond have this morning informed the Court of Session that his action has been settled and the Court has approved that settlement.  As part of the settlement, I have accepted that the decision reached after...
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Sally Witcher named as Chair of new Social Security Commission

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, lun 07 gennaio 2019 Dr Sally Witcher OBE has been appointed by Scottish Ministers as chair of the Scottish Commission on Social Security, a new body tasked with scrutinising the Scottish social security system. Dr Witcher is currently the Chief Executive of Inclusion Scotland and has around...
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Consultation on Charity Law

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(AGENPARL) – Edinburgh, lun 07 gennaio 2019 The consultation on charity law sets out options to change the current regulatory system in Scotland that would increase transparency, accountability and public trust in charities. Options in the consultation include: An external register of charity trustees Publishing annual reports and accounts in...

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