Teachers are being instructed to refuse to comply with planning, assessment and reporting work linked to Curriculum for Excellence Teachers to boycott Curriculum for Excellence work as dispute stepped up

Teachers are being instructed to refuse to comply with planning, assessment and reporting work linked to Curriculum for Excellence Teachers are to step up industrial action against reforms by boycotting work associated with the Curriculum for Excellence, union leaders have announced. Read Full Story

 

Kezia Dugdale said she is proud of Labour's campaign Quotes from the Holyrood election trail

Kezia Dugdale said she is proud of Labour's campaign "I'm immensely proud of the campaign Labour has run because we are the only party that has actually been talking about ideas about Scotland's future, about how to transform the country with the powers the Parliament has, and we've done that by being bold and honest about tax, and asking the richest people in society to pay a bit more tax. I'm immensely proud of that and I will continue to make that argument well into the future" - Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, campaigning in Glasgow. Read Full Story

 

Nicola Sturgeon she would not “stand and be the only barrier” to a re-run of the vote after June 23 Nicola Sturgeon vows business rates review will consider empty premises levy

Nicola Sturgeon she would not “stand and be the only barrier” to a re-run of the vote after June 23 Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to review business rates on empty premises amid industry claims that current policy is "running people into bankruptcy through no fault of their own". Read Full Story

 

Led by Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservatives are reckoned to have a one in four chance of either beating, or being equal to, Scottish Labour Scottish Tories ‘exceedingly likely to secure best-ever Holyrood result’

Led by Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservatives are reckoned to have a one in four chance of either beating, or being equal to, Scottish Labour The Scottish Conservatives have a one in four chance of either beating Scottish Labour or finishing on an equal number of seats, according to a new election forecast. Read Full Story