Has social stigma gone too far, asks Felicity Hannah?
Almost a third believe on-the-job training and apprenticeships offer better career prospects - not a university education
He is the second youth to be arrested this month in connection with hoax bomb calls to schools
At Eid, we all try to make our way to the mosque in Inverness to meet up with each other – and throughout Ramadan, we’re happy to ask the (many) questions from our non-Muslim Scottish neighbours. They’re certainly not shy about asking us about our faith and our practices
The decision has been called 'totally and utterly nonsensical' by one MP
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Almost a quarter of students say they are not confident their education will ‘pay off’ after graduation
Gregg and Kathryn Brain and their Gaelic-speaking son Lachlan will be allowed to remain in the UK until August but have been refused the right to work
New figures predict that average houses across England could be worth £460,000 by 2030, and more than double that in the capital...
'I’ve been away for a few days as I had an important question to ask,' says Davidson
Graves were found during earthworks for school extension
The hand-written note warned the woman over her opposition on social media to a proposed housing development
The SNP won 63 seats – two short of the majority it enjoyed in last parliament, while the Conservatives became Scotland’s second largest party taking 31 seats
'There are people right across Scotland who are sending the SNP a message - the voices and the decision we made as a country will not be ignored,' says Scottish Tory leader
High pressure is building across the UK and bringing 'pretty decent' weather
Scottish independence dominated discussions between the country’s five main parties