Nicola Sturgeon says the refusal by the UK Government to protect disability benefits for new Frank’s Law recipients is “utterly inexplicable”.
The First Minister has praised Angus campaigner Amanda Kopel ahead of the roll-out of Frank’s Law next week.
Armed Forces personnel based in Scotland will have their salaries topped up by the UK Government to compensate them for the higher tax burden north of the border.
A third of bank branches in Tayside and Fife have closed over the last eight years, according to new research.
Empty buildings and job losses blighting town centres confirm warnings against bank closures, says MSP
Job losses and empty buildings are proving the devastating impact of bank closures, says an MSP.
The Tay Cities Deal will be signed off next week following confirmation in the Budget it is being bankrolled with £350 million of public funding.
Six months to Brexit: More dough for your bread, farming “crippled” and fire service’s frontline shortage fears
The price of bread could rise because of Brexit, the boss of Scotland’s most modern flour mill warns.
An MSP has warned the First Minister of “economic and social catastrophe” from a decision not to renew a licence at an Angus port.
‘Aspirations’ for Trump trade deal linked with failure to strike EU agreement on Arbroath smokie protections
UK ministers are dragging their heels over maintaining EU protections for the Arbroath smokie because of their desire for an American trade deal, independent Holyrood researchers have suggested.
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.