It might not have been good for Johnson, but things seem to be working out well for Scottish workers.
Students must not be assessed on course material that they haven’t had the opportunity to learn.
Tourist businesses are having to shift from focusing on international visitors to domestic ones.
Scotland is undertaking a child-care initiative to double the number of fully funded child-care hours available to parents, and outdoor play is part of it.
The science of making reagents, the chemicals needed for the COVID-19 finger-prick test.
Active learning brings new knowledge to children and to their community.
How the iconic – and unexpected – footballing triumph at Portugal's Estádio Nacional restored the pride and self-belief of a marginalised community.
The SNP administration has adopted a fashionable so-called 'mission-oriented' approach for its flagship economic development plan, but it looks a lot like mission impossible.
Floating bridges and submerged tunnels could be used to cross the Irish Sea.
Our study explores the factors which cause glacial erosion.
Education in Gaelic is hugely valuable in keeping the language alive in Scotland.
The UN's climate change conference is coming to the UK this year, and former industrial powerhouse Glasgow is just the city to demonstrate its environmental commitment.
Marriage and domestic relationships existed before the state, and should be returned to the people, not regulated by the government.
The prime minister may be assured that this issue will not be going away any time soon as Nicola Sturgeon makes a democratic case for transferring powers rather than a legal one.
Independence support in Scotland is now at critical levels. The ball is in the UK prime minister's court.
Our panel of experts analyse the results of the British election.
Sitting MPs toppling right, left and centre? Not necessarily. The connection between the safeness of a seat and the chances it will change hands is much looser than we might expect.
Alerting people to the threat of surface water flooding is still in its infancy, but a new review reveals a combination of prediction modelling and weather watching aims to help affected communities.
At first glance it seems like a strange strategy to go big on another independence referendum when half of Scots would vote No.
With Labour in danger of coming fourth in Scotland, they could have done without fresh independence trouble.