First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged the UK Government to reverse its "disgraceful" decision to axe £1billion of funding for carbon capture and storage projects.
Patrick Harvie MSP
Controversial proposals to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland have been rejected at Holyrood for the second time in five years.
People should be paid a decent wage so they do not have to rely on benefit support, according to Scottish Green co-convener Patrick Harvie.
Controversial proposals to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland contain “significant flaws”, according to Holyrood’s health committee.
The Scottish Greens have promised a “bold vision for Scotland” that tackles poverty and protects public services.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie declared "all systems go" with 100 days to the general election.
A Highland expert in looking after patients with terminal cancer has blasted proposals for assisted suicide - claiming it would mark the start of a "slippery" slope toward mercy killings.
Scotland will continue to pay the price of UK Government austerity measures, according to John Swinney.
Campaigners fighting for the legalisation of assisted suicide in Scotland claim a majority of people support the policy.