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The Scottish Government (Scottish Gaelic: Riaghaltas na h-Alba, pronounced [ˈrˠiə. əl̪ˠt̪əs nə ˈhal̪ˠapə]) is the devolved government of Scotland. It was formed in 1999 as the Scottish Executive following the 1997 referendum on Scottish devolution. The Scottish Government consists of the Scottish Ministers, which is used to describe their collective legal functions. The Scottish Government is accountable to the Scottish Parliament, which was also created by the... Wikipedia

Articles tagged scottish government

  • January 24th 2022
  • What happens next? SNP transport minister leaves big task for rail, ferries and road dualling

  • Hospitality bosses demand Covid recovery focus in independence row

  • Graeme Dey resigns from Scottish Government for health reasons

  • Covid live: Beijing reports new cases for seventh consecutive day; WHO chief says pandemic ‘at a critical juncture’

  • January 23rd 2022
  • Covid in Scotland: Restrictions impact 'worth it', says Sturgeon

  • January 22nd 2022
  • What happens when Covid restrictions hit a town where hospitality and tourism is key?

  • January 21st 2022
  • Nicola Sturgeon reported to statistics watchdog over claims she 'twisted' Covid-19 data

  • January 20th 2022
  • Key transport investment plan proposes Dundee A90 upgrade and refreshed Perth train station

  • Row over need for face masks in Scottish schools after rules scrapped in England

  • 'Sold on the cheap?' Nicola Sturgeon defends £700m ScotWind offshore plans

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