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People across Scotland are being asked to take part in a national discussion about how the country can be a fairer and more equal place to live.
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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hosted a Living Wage summit as the Scottish Government officially became the first living wage Government receiving accreditation from The Poverty Alliance.
“We feel this is setting a good example to other Scottish employers and I hope to see more follow suit."
Cabinet Secretary for Fair Work, Skills and Training Roseanna Cunningham
The First Minister has made a positive case for continuing EU membership in a major speech in Brussels.
“We see the European Union as a positive force for Scotland and the UK as a whole. And we will make an overwhelmingly positive case for continued membership."
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
The First Minister and the Prime Minister met for the first time since the General Election at Bute House in Edinburgh to discuss more powers for the Scottish Parliament.
"David Cameron and I don't agree politically but we are determined to seek to work together for the interest of the people we represent."
Page updated: Monday, June 22, 2015