Reading Time: 5 minutes This is a Gaelic translation of our recent blog SPICe FAQ – Gaelic road signs.
Month: May 2020
Legislative consent and the UK Agriculture Bill
Reading Time: 5 minutes Summarising the Scottish Government’s Legislative Consent Memorandum for the UK Agriculture Bill.
SPICe FAQ – Gaelic road signs
Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog answers some of the most frequently asked questions in relation to bilingual road signs.
EU-UK negotiations – seconds out, round 3!
Reading Time: 4 minutes The third round of future relationship negotiations between the EU and the UK government took place last week. This blog looks at what happened and what might happen next?
Coronavirus (Covid-19): trial by jury
Reading Time: 8 minutes This blog outlines what has been happening in relation to jury trials following the introduction of social distancing restrictions.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – can we calculate an exit strategy?
Reading Time: 6 minutes This blog looks at how the government might weigh up the huge range of varied issues in front of it when charting the course out of lockdown.
COVID-19 impact on Scotland’s businesses, workers and the economy – views from the frontline
Reading Time: 18 minutes This blog provides a snapshot of responses received by the Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee in response to their call for views on the impact of COVID-19 on Scotland’s businesses, workers and the economy.
Coronavirus (Covid-19): prisoner numbers
Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog looks at the impact on prisoner numbers of measures taken in response to the coronavirus
Contact-tracing apps and coronavirus (COVID-19)
Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog takes a brief look at some of the main issues linked to mobile phone apps which aim to trace the contacts of people who have COVID-19.
How is the Scottish Government supporting businesses through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic?
Reading Time: 6 minutes This blog provides an overview of all business support measures introduced by the Scottish Government in response to COVID-19. It also explores the costs and funding of these measures.