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The outcome of the Scottish Government’s Emergency Budget Review will be set out to Parliament within two weeks of any UK Government Emergency Budget, Deputy First Minister John Swinney has said. Liz Truss could hold an emergency budget or other fiscal event after taking office in an attempt t

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Leaders from the world’s largest financial institutions are to meet in Scotland to discuss progress towards positive global change as the COP26 anniversary approaches. The World Bank, the Bank of England, and major finance and investment firms will be present at the key summit in Edinburgh, in

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The Scottish Government has announced that thousands of businesses can now apply for up to £15,000 to help retrain and upskill their workforce. The Flexible Workforce Development Fund provides workers in organisations of all sizes with access to training courses through local colleges, the Ope

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The Scottish Government has backed Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) calls for an energy price cap to be extended to small businesses. The move came as First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, gathered industry leaders at Bute House for an emergency summit on the mounting energy price crisis.

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New figures show Scotland’s public finances are recovering from the coronavirus pandemic faster than the UK as a whole. The Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) 2021-22 statistics show Scotland’s deficit fell by 10.3%– compared to a drop of 8.4% for the UK.

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The UK’s deal with New Zealand is “damaging” to Scottish farmers and food producers, according to the Scottish Government. The UK’s Free Trade Agreement with New Zealand will allow for much higher quantities of produce to come into the UK tariff-free, leaving “a lack of

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An Edinburgh-led project to improve career progression for women and minority ethnic workers has received part of £800,000 available in government funding. Social enterprise Adopt an Intern Ltd (AAI EmployAbility) will lead the Diversity Works programme at Edinburgh-based Aegon Asset Managemen

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