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A speech by the Secretary of State for Scotland, the Rt Hon David Mundell MP, marking the 20th anniversary of the Scotland Act 1998.
In a keynote speech in Edinburgh today [21 January] the Scottish Secretary will mark twenty years of Scottish devolution
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will this week [Thursday 21 February 2019] host a reception in Edinburgh to mark LGBT History Month.
David Mundell’s trip will help build Scottish business links with Iceland, including
fish and biotech.
The Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, brings the final uncommenced section of the Scotland Act 2016 into force
This investment will drive growth across the region, boosting jobs and opportunity across Ayrshire
Two Scottish universities that are leading projects to tackle global grand challenges will receive over £35 million in UK Government funding.
The day before MPs are due to vote on the UK Government’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, David Mundell has said that MPs need to vote for the deal
The National Decommissioning Centre, a global technology R&D hub, is opened by Lord Duncan and Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Scottish Energy Minister.
The Secretary of State has reappointed Paula Sharp as a member of the Boundary Commission for Scotland.
In his New Year Message, Scottish Secretary David Mundell has set out that 2019 needs to be a year of compromise to get Brexit sorted
Violinist Nicola Benedetti, rugby legend Doddie Weir and businesswoman and philanthropist Ann Gloag are among Scots recognised by the Queen
The Lockerbie community marks the 30th anniversary of the 1988 air disaster
Independent panel will look at how funding supports the needs of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Protecting Scotland's fishing rights is a key UK priority as £37 million in funding for the industry is announced
Package of measures to increase transparency and tackle corruption unveiled today.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has given a speech on the PM’s Brexit deal.
Some of Scotland's finest food and drink producers had the chance to boost export sales at a showcase in London
The iconic Scottish-built Széchenyi Chain Bridge that reaches across the Danube river in Budapest, Hungary, will be turned blue in celebration of St Andrew’s Day on Friday and Saturday this week
Scottish Secretary visits Perth Civic Hall to sign Heads of Terms
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