Scottish ministers have rejected a controversial UK Government bill which bans public bodies from boycotting foreign countries and allegedly “backs Israel’s apartheid regime”.
Human rights groups, unions and environmentalists have urged Scottish ministers to reject a UK Government bill which stops public bodies from imposing boycotts on foreign countries.
Scottish Parliamentary records demonstrate that business is being conducted in both the debating chamber and in committees on a far more frequent basis, despite the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
With the prospect of a general election looming, the Electoral Commission has been criticised for taking more than 14 months to investigate an opaque funder linked to the Scottish Conservatives.
MPs call on Richard Cook, front man for the DUP’s controversial Brexit cash, to “emerge from the shadows” after we uncover his trail of illegal waste, unpaid bills and court documents stretching from India to California.
A secretive trust that gave £319,000 to the Scottish Conservatives is under examination by the Electoral Commission.