As Iceland becomes first state to express concern to Spain over Catalan trials, Scottish Govt reiterates call for democratic solution
As Iceland becomes the first nation-state to publicly express concern to Spain over the trial of Catalan leaders, Scottish minister reiterates support for “the people of Catalonia to determine their own future”
Analysis: The workplace parking levy is well meaning - but is it well thought through?
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray takes a look at the Workplace Parking Levy, a rushed policy supposed to be about fairness and sustainability but which could anger low-income earners
THE Scottish right-wing press think they have found an issue which they can really hurt the SNP with.
The Daily Mail is running daily front pages on the workplace car levy, claiming that “the great car park tax revolt” is underway.
May yields to opposition on £65 settled status fee, in only Brexit concession
May offers minimal changes to Brexit deal that she says will not be voted on again until February
PRIME MINISTER Theresa May has abandoned her government's plan to force millions of EU citizens to pay £65 to apply for "settled status" after Britain leaves the EU, following a campaign of opposition including from the Scottish Government.
SNP MP: We're not the Scottish Stop Brexit Party - focus on independence
Some independence supporters are expressing concern that the opportunity for independence is being missed in favour of a keeping the UK in the EU
SNP MP Angus McNeil has called on his party to prioritise Scottish independence over keeping the UK in the EU.