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Scottish Government

The Scottish Government (Scottish Gaelic: Riaghaltas na h-Alba) is the devolved government of Scotland. The government is led by the first minister, who selects the cabinet secretaries, who attend cabinet, and ministers with the approval of parliament. Government ministers all sit in parliament, and are accountable to it. The government is dependent on parliament to pass primary legislation. The government was established in 1999 as the Scottish Executive under... Wikipedia

Articles tagged scottish government

  • May 13th 2021
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  • Who is Scotland's new Presiding Officer?

  • 'Very little has changed': Scottish Secretary Alister Jack dismisses SNP election win

  • Green MSP Alison Johnstone set to be elected Holyrood's new Presiding Officer

  • Coal Country: The stories behind Fife's lost mines and the flood of Longannet

  • Anas Sarwar reiterates plan to 'clean up Holyrood' and restore trust

  • Mark Smith: Tories that care? Can it possibly be true?

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