The Scottish Government has been accused of being "completely ignorant" to the impact of budget cuts to drug and alcohol partnerships and their impact on drug deaths.
Scottish Affairs Committee
Scottish government drug services cuts ‘made situation worse’ as calls are made to decriminalise drug possession
A cross-party group of Scottish MPs has said decriminalisation may be the most "pragmatic" method of ending Scotland's drug-related health crisis.
The possession of small amounts of drugs for personal use should be decriminalised across the UK, according to MPs.
A UK Home Office minister said he would not consider legalising drug consumption rooms until he sees the Scottish Government invest as "heavily as possible" in treatment.
Scottish MPs have said communities across the country are becoming "cash-free against their will" as the result of consistent bank closures.
As much as an extra £1 billion of farm support would come to Scotland if the proposed formula for divvying up UK agriculture funds outlined by Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee was applied to current budgets.
The UK Government should use Brexit as an opportunity to “rewrite the rules of agricultural funding”, according to MPs.
The Scottish Office has defended spending "tens of thousands" of pounds on its social media budget since the start of the year.
Three quarters of those who die from drug abuse in Tayside suffer from mental health issues, MPs looking to reverse Scotland's scourge have been told.
When Aberfeldy café owner Mike Haggerton learned the last bank in town was closing he feared his own business would soon follow.