As a country we have a proud tradition of offering sanctuary to those facing persecution.
As far back as 1572, we provided safe haven to French Huguenots forced from their homes. During the Second World War, Nicholas Winton exemplified this spirit when he rescued 669 children from Nazi death camps.
The Scottish Parliament met for the first time since the summer recess today and the First Minister set out her government’s agenda for the coming year.Read more
We understand the need for sustainability. Just like Gladstone and Campbell Bannerman’s land and agricultural reforms which created a more sustainable form of ownership and management we understand the need to husband our resources too.
That is why our foresight on climate change, energy security and food leads us to advocate long term solutions.Read more