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Latest News Headlines 25 August 2015

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MEMBERS of the public are being short-changed by Holyrood's petitions system, MSPs have admitted, after it emerged hundreds of requests for action have been blocked by civil servants.
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WOMEN managers are effectively working for free for 57 days a year because of a gender pay gap, according to a new study.
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FAMILIES of the Glasgow bin lorry tragedy victims have grounds to challenge the decision of the Crown Office not to prosecute the driver, one of Scotland's highest-profile solicitors has claimed.
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AN overhaul of Scotland's energy sector would create tens of thousands more jobs than currently exist in the oil and fossil fuels industry, new research claims.
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HEALTH Minister Shona Robison is to deliver a keynote speech on the future of the NHS in Scotland at a summit organised to explore the pressures facing the health service.
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The SNP fears losing the benefits that come with being the third party at Westminster if a Jeremy Corbyn victory prompts Labour to split.
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Ministers are being urged to adopt measures to encourage the resettlement of some of the human deserts created by the mass evictions of the Highland Clearances.
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HANDING Scots councils powers to raise their own taxes would boost turnout at local elections and give them autonomy other countries take for granted, it has been claimed.
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THE family of Sheku Bayoh, who died in police custody, are to meet Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland this week as their lawyer attacked claims a report into the case is "at odds" with their account
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Opponents have accused Iain Duncan Smith of "striking fear into the hearts" of the sick after he unveiled plans to get one million more claimants off benefits.
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