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“Unsustainable and costly”:  Home Secretary urges Scottish government to house asylum seekers on cruise ship

Home Secretary James Cleverly has urged the Scottish government to take on more asylum seekers and suggested housing them on a cruise ship. In a letter to First Minister Humza…

Scottish Cabinet reshuffle: who’s who?

On 8 February 2024, Humza Yousaf publicly announced the changes that have been made in his reshuffle of Scottish Government ministers following the resignation of Michael Matheson, the former Health…

David Cameron threatens Humza Yousaf over meeting with Turkish President Erdogan 

Foreign Secretary David Cameron has threatened to withdraw Scottish Foreign Office support after First Minister Humza Yousaf met with the Turkish president without UK officials present. Yousaf met with Turkey’s…

Yousaf backs Health Secretary Michael Matheson amid iPad scandal

First Minister Humza Yousaf has declared that he does not believe he was misled by Health Secretary Michael Matheson amid an £11,000 data roaming controversy. On Thursday 16 November Matheson…

SNP to invest £500m in green energy in wake of ScotWind controversy

First Minister Humza Yousaf announced plans to invest £500 million in anchoring a new offshore wind supply chain over the next five years. The announcement came at the SNP’s annual…

Scotgov figures quizzed over WhatsApp culls

First Minister Humza Yousaf has denied deleting WhatsApp messages amid claims that members of the Scottish Government deleted messages during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the former Health Secretary from 2021-2023…

More defections from SNP to Alex Salmond’s Alba Party

Chris Cullen, Scottish National Party councilor for South Ayrshire, has defected to the Alba party. Alba is a pro independence party led by former First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond.…

The Scottish Covid Whatsapps: Is any politican innocent?

The Covid Inquiry in England is hitting headlines. It has been said that the then Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, believed that the pandemic was the way nature was dealing with…