Mediation, 'Agent of Change' and no equal right of appeal: 5 conclusions from the passage of the #PlanningBill
After a week of often emotive debate, the Planning Bill has now passed – what are the major consequences?
THE most amended bill in the history of the Scottish Parliament has now been passed, by 78 to 26.
A special week of coverage on asylum seekers and refugees 24-28 June
You can contribute to our week of coverage by emailing email@example.com
COMMONSPACE is running a special week of coverage in the last week of June on refugees and asylum seekers, focusing on rights.
The week of coverage coincides with Scotland’s Refugee Festival 2019, which CS will be reporting at over the course of the week.
John Swinney accused of defying the will of parliament by pressing ahead with standardised testing for P1's
Following the publication of a review into his flagship education reform, Swinney announced that the Scottish National Standardised Assessments would continue with “important modifications”
Robert Alcock: Open letter to Ruth Davidson
Robert Alcock, one of five Extinction Rebellion Scotland activists to lock themselves to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday [4 June], writes an open letter to Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, who chose not to come in person to unlock him. Alcock asks Davidson to join him on the Climate Citizens’ Assembly, starting 20 June.
DEAR Ruth Davidson,