Press Association Scotland main schedule for Saturday January 20.
WEATHER Snow: Motorists are being urged to be wary of ice on the roads after disruption in areas hit by snow this week.
SCOTLAND Delivery: More than 100 firms have been referred to the advertising watchdog as part of a campaign against unfair delivery charges.
SCOTLAND MND: A scholarship set up in memory of Motor Neurone Disease campaigner Gordon Aikman could lead to new developments in the care of MND patients.
SCOTLAND Conference: Employers have been urged to take the issue of sexual harassment seriously by
Scotland’s Equalities Secretary. (Embargoed to 1130)
POLITICS Brexit Scotland: Scotland’s Brexit Minister has called on the UK Government to step up its dialogue with the devolved nations ahead of the next phase of negotiations. (Embargoed to 0001 Sunday)
SCOTLAND Budget: Scottish Greens have set out their Budget red lines ahead of crucial negotiations with Finance Secretary Derek Mackay. (Embargoed to 0001 Sunday)
SCOTLAND Welfare: An independent commission will be set up to scrutinise Scotland’s new social security system and any future changes to it, the Scottish Government has said. (Embargoed to 0001 Sunday)
Press Association weekend diary:
Saturday January 20
1000 GLASGOW: Sexual harassment conference. The Scottish Women’s Convention event will feature speakers including Labour MSP Kezia Dugdale and Equalities Secretary Angela Constance. Hilton Grosvenor, 1-9 Grosvenor Terrace. Lorna Gilfillan 0141 339 4797.
Sunday January 21
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Early reporter: Hilary Duncanson
Late reporter: Lucinda Cameron
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