Governments took the ground-breaking decision to establish new funding arrangements, as well as a dedicated fund, to assist developing countries in responding to loss and damage.
The final quarterly Bridging Payment, due in December, will now be doubled to £260, meaning families will receive up to £650 per eligible child this year.
“If there’s one phrase that gars me greet, it’s “get on with the day job”. Promoting Scotland is the day job”
“And the message couldn’t be clearer – we’re in it to win it, even if it means a defacto referendum in a general election in 2024 – or sooner, if Johnson goes – and it would be well nigh impossible for unionist parties to boycott a UK wide vote. “
The National Farmer’s Union (NFU) of Scotland has warned that crofters and farmers are scaling back production due to the increasing costs they are facing in fertiliser, fuel, energy, animal feed and wages.
“17 projects, with a combined potential generating capacity of 25GW, have been offered the rights to specific areas of the seabed for the development of offshore wind power “
“Omicron will be especially concerning to people on the Highest Risk List” Nicola Sturgeon FM
Inequality is built into our UK energy systems where the places producing the most renewable energy, and exporting it south, are also paying the highest tariffs to buy back that same electricity to heat their homes and power their businesses.
UK Government Successfully Challenges Incorporating Rights of the Child into Scots Law: “the protection of children’s human rights must still happen.”
Bruce Adamson, The Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, is clear that incorporating the UNCRC into Scots law is the most important way Scotland can uphold children’s rights.
Nicola Sturgeon was also clear to state that the pandemic is not over as plans are made for Scotland to move beyond Level 0 from 9th of August.