Losing access to vital European security arrangements post-Brexit will only benefit criminals, Scotland’s Justice Secretary has said.
Planning for Brexit has been a “game-changer” for Scotland’s police force as it prepares to recruit 120 more officers, the Justice Secretary has said.
CRIMINALS who target elderly victims because of their age may face harsher sentences, according to the new justice minister.
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf says parts of Scotland’s road networks could be closed in future adverse weather
PARTS of Scotland’s trunk road network could be closed down if another bout of “Beast from the East” weather hits the country in the future, the Transport Minister has told MSPs.
SCOTTISH Labour leader Richard Leonard has said racism must be driven out of public life and his party just days after one of his councillors was suspended for making bigoted remarks.
Humza Yousaf calls on Labour councillor Jim Dempster to resign after suspension over Islamophobic comment
SCOTTISH Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf is calling on a Labour councillor to resign after he made an Islamophobic comment about the MSP.
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf: I am truly grateful for people going the extra mile to help out during snow
AS it became clear early last week we were preparing for a very significant weather event, our Multi-Agency Response Team at the Traffic Scotland National Control Centre in South Queensferry was activated.
TRANSPORT Minister Humza Yousaf has said he will be holding talks with a number of employers after people were left stranded in snow while travelling for work.
“You’re putting yourself at risk”: Transport Minister Humza Yousaf urges drivers not to ignore Red weather warnings
DRIVERS have been warned they are putting themselves at risk if they head out onto Scotland's road network.
COMMUTERS in the central belt have been told to head home early after Scotrail announced train services in the area will be halted this evening and tomorrow morning.