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Monday 22/01/2018

Consultation on Draft Regulations making provision in relation to Social Security Appeals [People and Society]

The Scottish Government would like to consult on the development of the Rules of Procedure and other provisions that will be required to set up a new Chamber in the Scottish Tribunals to hear appeals for devolved assistances when they begin to be delivered by the new Scottish social security agency

Friday 19/01/2018

Scotland's Colleges: Delivering for All [Education and Training]

A policy paper setting out the key facts in relation to the college sector in Scotland through four principle themes: Our colleges have a strong track record of success. Our colleges produce the workforce of the future. Our colleges give everyone the chance to succeed. Our colleges continually strive for improvement.

Tuesday 16/01/2018

A Connected Scotland: Tackling social isolation and loneliness and building stronger communities [People and Society]

"A Connected Scotland" sets out the Government's vision for a Scotland where everyone has the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships regardless of age, status, circumstance or identity.

Guidance on Instructing Counsel: Common Legislative Solutions [Law, Order and Public Safety]

This guidance is intended to help officials in the Scottish Government to develop policy and produce instructions for primary legislation of certain commonly occurring types.

Monday 15/01/2018

Scotland’s Place in Europe: People, Jobs and Investment - Summary [Economy]

Summary of Scotland’s Place in Europe: People, Jobs and Investment which presents the latest analysis by the Scottish Government of the implications for Scotland’s economy if the UK exits the European Union.

Scotland's Place in Europe: People, Jobs and Investment [International]

This paper presents the latest analysis by the Scottish Government of the implications for Scotland’s economy if the UK exits the European Union. Our conclusions are stark: Brexit will significantly weaken our economy and result in lower economic growth and lower incomes than otherwise.

Friday 12/01/2018

Letting Agent Registration: Development of a Fee Structure - Business Regulatory Impact Assessment [Housing]

Examines the options that have been considered in relation to the development of a letting agent register fee structure and sets out the recommended approach based on industry engagement.

Wednesday 10/01/2018

New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy 2018 - 2022 [People and Society]

The New Scots refugee integration strategy sets out an approach to support the vision of a welcoming Scotland, where people seeking protection from persecution and human rights abuses are able to rebuild their lives from the day they arrive.

New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy 2018 - 2022 Summary [People and Society]

Summary of the New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy 2018 - 2022.

Tuesday 09/01/2018

Developing the Young Workforce, Scotland's Youth Employment Strategy, Third Annual Progress Report, 2016-17. [Education and Training]

Developing the Young Workforce annual progress report. This third annual report largely covers academic year 2016/17 and highlights early progress made in the first part of academic year 2017/18.

STATEMENT OF THE SCOTTISH MINISTERS SUMMARISING WRITTEN OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROPOSED DRAFT POLICE ACT 1997 AND PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS (SCOTLAND) ACT 2007 REMEDIAL ORDER 2018 [International]

This Statement contains a summary and analysis of the written observations received in response to the public notice given in relation to the Proposed Draft Police Act 1997 and Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 Remedial Order 2018.

Thursday 04/01/2018

Employment in Scotland’s Seafood Processing Sector: UK, European Economic Area and Non-European Economic Area Nationals [Marine and Fisheries]

This report presents key findings from a small sample survey of Scotland-based seafood processing businesses to understand employment patterns of non-United Kingdom (UK) European Economic Area(EEA) workers in the sector.