Holyrood

Scotland's award-winning current affairs magazine

Holyrood is Scotland’s fortnightly political and current affairs magazine that keeps people informed with its award-winning and thought-provoking editorial.

The magazine is read by the Scottish Government, parliamentarians, senior civil servants, public sector leaders and the top tiers of the 32 local authorities, including chief executives and the heads of individual departments.

Holyrood is frequently quoted within the Scottish Parliament as a source of reliable information and for informed debate. It is the most widely read publication amongst MSPs according to Ipsos MORI, with Scottish Parliamentarians citing the magazine as being the most influential in their decision-making.

Holyrood magazine website provides a daily morning roundup as well as weekly newsletters on ICT, health, education, local government, justice and environment. You can register for free here.

If you would like to know more about how Holyrood can help your organisation connect with Scotland's politicians and local government officials, you can download the Holyrood Media Pack 2018 here.

Holyrood News

Named person plan suffers fresh setback

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Increase in Scottish university students from deprived areas

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BEIS to look again at cost of smart meters programme

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