Alex Salmond is setting public health policy for his new Alba party with help from Scotland’s former chief medical officer, Sir Harry Burns.
Scottish Election 2021
With campaigning at full tilt for the Scottish election, Seana Davis joined us on Election Hub Live to talk about the issues around state-sponsored disinformation.
Willie Rennie has signalled that the Lib Dems want to work more closely with Labour to help bridge a "bitter divide" running through Scottish politics.
Today on Election Hub Live we spoke to Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie about his party’s manifesto launch, and looked into election disinformation.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross says it is "arrogant" of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to brand opponents "infantile" for challenging her government's promises to improve infrastructure in the north and north-east.
The Scottish Conservatives have launched infrastructure plans to improve several key routes across Scotland including the A90, A96 and to build a new road to bypass the A83 Rest and Be Thankful.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has unveiled more than 50 proposals in an election manifesto he said would "put recovery first".
New teachers should be given longer contracts to help fill vacancies across the north and north-east, Lib Dems claim.
The last year has been tough for all of us.
Scottish Conservative candidate Harriet Cross claims the SNP "don't have a plan for bringing Aberdeen forward", despite the city facing a "huge hole" in employment.
The Lib Dems will promise more money and support for the country's unpaid carers in their manifesto.
The SNP launched their manifesto, outlining policies they promise to deliver should they be elected to government in May's election.
Douglas Ross has said the Conservatives would consult on a blueprint for Scotland’s new agricultural policy within 100 days of the election.
Nicola Sturgeon branded her political opponents “infantile” for claiming the SNP Government fell short of promises to improve infrastructure in the north and north-east.
The past year has been a difficult one for the sports industry, with all gyms, sports clubs and swimming pools being closed for the majority, if not all, of the coronavirus pandemic.
Election Hub Live: SNP’s Jenny Gilruth commits to ‘greater coherence’ on international aid and development goals, if re-elected
International development secretary Jenny Gilruth says the Scottish Government will look again at tying Scotland's modest aid budget with development goals around better health and education opportunities for women and girls.
Today on Election Hub Live we took a look at the SNP’s manifesto launch, spoke to international development secretary Jenny Gilruth and explored the impact the coronavirus lockdown has had on the sports industry.
Douglas Ross has suggested Labour voters could hold the key to ensuring the Tories do not lose any front-bench MSPs from the Highlands and Islands.
Nicola Sturgeon’s pitch for re-election includes freezing income tax rates while also aiming to rebuild from the devastating Covid pandemic.
Young people and families will be offered up to £50,000 to stay in or move to islands under SNP bond plans to tackle rural population decline.
Fly-tipping offenders should be forced to fund a new scheme to help clean up the mess, according to a Lib Dem election pledge.
Most people in the upcoming Scottish Parliament election will end up voting for one of the ‘Big Five’ parties – the SNP, the Conservatives, Labour, the Lib Dems or the Greens.
A quarter of MSPs are currently in the process of standing down ahead of the upcoming Holyrood election, while many more will face the same task of winding up their affairs should they fail to win re-election on May 6.
Karen Adam never sought to pursue a career in elected politics but a marriage breakdown and the Scottish independence referendum would prove to be a "turning point" in her life.
Holyrood candidate Fatima Joji has shared her experiences of fasting during Ramadan while pounding the streets on the election campaign.
There's a saying about déjà vu - somewhere, at some time, you've been repeatedly hit on the head like this before.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has admitted her government "took its eye off the ball" on Scotland's drug death shame.
Armed forces veterans would be given a welfare top-up and extra help for housing under Scottish Conservative proposals for government.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she takes responsibility for decisions about moving elderly patients from hospitals to care homes at the start of the pandemic.