The First Minister has branded the draft Brexit deal agreed by the UK Cabinet as “bad for Scotland”.
A busy 24 hours in Westminster and Brussels lead the bulk of Thursday’s papers after a Brexit deal was signed off by the Cabinet – but Theresa May could still face a revolt from within her own party from MPs unhappy with the deal.
Teachers are the biggest influence on a person’s life behind only parents and friends, new research suggests.
The high cost of infant formula in the UK is having a significant impact on some family budgets and poses a potential risk to child health, an inquiry by MPs has found.
Katherine Jenkins has told how a counsellor helped her following the death of her father as she launched Children’s Grief Awareness Week.
Doctor Who’s festive special will air on New Year’s Day instead of Christmas Day for the first time in 13 years in a shake-up to the BBC schedule.
Less than a fifth of food served in schools is from Scotland, according to new figures.
The BBC has been accused of failing to “fully untangle” the “mess” caused by the use of personal service companies – as it emerged that some 800 presenters are at risk of being challenged over their tax affairs.
All bodies involved in the integration of health and social care services need to work together better if it is to make a “meaningful difference” to people in Scotland, according to a report.
Youngsters will be picking up shovels to help plant a quarter of a million trees to create the first Young People’s Forest, the Woodland Trust has said.