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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

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  • Brexit: Trump envoy warns of risk of Ireland 'border by accident'

  • Hancock refuses to rule out England-wide lockdown to curb Covid surge

  • September 17th 2020
  • EXCLUSIVE: Police probe leak of Alex Salmond trial WhatsApp messages

  • In pictures: All Under One Banner hold socially-distanced protest at BBC Scotland HQ

  • BBC Scotland release statement over daily Covid-19 briefings

  • All Under One Banner hold socially-distanced rally outside of BBC Scotland HQ

  • 'A danger to life': Nicola Sturgeon hits out at house parties and considers nationwide lockdown measures

  • SNP could use 2024 General Election as 'de-facto second independence referendum'

  • Police Scotland facing £15m coronavirus hit while budget deficit rises

  • In the absence of real deterrents, you’ll catch more students with honey than with vinegar

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