Nicola Sturgeon condemned Theresa May for “sidelining” Scotland in her proposed Brexit deal, as she claimed the “shambles” it has created could force the Prime Minister out of Number 10.
First Minister’s Questions
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to “do the right thing” and invest more cash in Scotland’s GP services, with Tories claiming family doctors had lost out on a “whopping £660 million” compared to counterparts south of the border.
Neil Lennon conducted himself with “great dignity” in the aftermath of being attacked last week, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has said her government “will do everything we can” to save jobs in Dundee following this week’s “devastating” announcement from Michelin.
Nicola Sturgeon appears to have ruled out upping the threshold for the higher rate of income tax in Scotland, as she blasted the Conservatives “absolutely damning and shameful” Budget.
Nicola Sturgeon has hit out at the “appalling” and “Dickensian” comments made by the Scottish Tory welfare spokeswoman Michelle Ballantyne, who sparked an outcry at Holyrood after she said it was “fair” that people receiving benefits could not have “as many children as they like”.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended the creation of a legally binding 12-week treatment time guarantee for NHS patients – but conceded this has been broken more than 100,000 times.
The First Minister has warned other parties not to “play politics” with complaints of workplace harassment.
Teachers are being “strong-armed to keep their mouths shut” and prevented from speaking out about problems in Scotland’s schools, Ruth Davidson has claimed.
Half a million elderly Scots could miss out on the recommended flu vaccine because the Scottish Government left it too late to order supplies, Ruth Davidson has claimed.