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Monthly Archives: October 2022

Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2021-2022

Figures show continued trust in the Scottish Government Three-quarters (75%) of people in Scotland believe the Scottish Government should have the most influence over the way the country is run, compared to just 14% who believe the UK Government should. This year’s Scottish Social Attitudes

Scotland Is World’s First Daily Mile Nation

Key target to involve all 32 local authorities is met Scottish children have stepped their way into the history books as the country is confirmed as the world’s first Daily Mile Nation. Around 187,000 school children in all of Scotland’s local authority areas are getting

Scotland can do so much better than this

Sunak as Prime Minister is a total affront to democracy Here we are again – watching, with a depressing sense of deja vu, utter chaos reign at Westminster. It’s hard to believe that it is just two months since the Tory leadership election that followed

Accelerating Green Heat Delivery

Next steps taken to help transformation. A national public energy agency – Heat & Energy Efficiency Scotland – has been launched to scale up delivery of climate-friendly heating and improve energy efficiency across Scotland’s homes and buildings. The initial focus of the virtual Agency will

ADHD Awareness Month in Angus

Making cycling more accessible with Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group Graeme recently visited the Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group to discuss the support available for families, children, and young people suffering from ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, better known as ADHD, is a

Refreshed Baby Box Supporting Angus Families

16,785 Boxes Already Delivered in Tayside Figures to 30th September have shown that 16,785 of Scotland’s Baby Boxes have been delivered across the NHS Tayside health board area since the scheme was introduced, as the box receives a revamp for its fifth birthday. The Scottish

Rishi Sunak: All You Need to Know

Rishi Sunak is the UK’s new Prime Minister – the third in the space of two months Rishi Sunak is now the 10th Tory Prime Minister since 1955 that Scotland hasn’t voted for, only elected by around 0.0005% of the UK’s population – Tory MPs

“The Ruination of Britain”

Watching the Tory fiasco unfold on TV strengthens independence case by the hour It is hard to put into words the sheer scale of the utter shambles the Tory party is now presiding over – and in turn, the scale of just how dysfunctional the

Record Pay Offer for NHS Staff

All NHS workers offered £2,205 pay rise. Graeme has welcomed the pay rise for the NHS staff. NHS staff are set to receive a record pay rise of £2,205 – an average 7% pay uplift – to help tackle the cost of living crisis and

Building a New Scotland with Independence

A stronger economy with independence: what you need to know The Scottish Government has published the third policy paper in its “Building A New Scotland” series, setting out the economic case for an independent Scotland. It’s a plan for a brighter future amid the constant