The Chancellor has been warned against “short-changing” Scotland when he sets out how much cash the UK Government will pump into the Tay Cities Deal.
Nicola Sturgeon returns to London on Monday to try and build support for stopping Brexit.
Shadow Scottish Secretary Lesley Laird backs conflicting Labour policies on income tax in England and Scotland
Labour’s shadow Scottish Secretary says both John McDonnell and Richard Leonard are correct on income tax - despite having conflicting policies.
Councils spent £622,000 of public cash on a bungled legal bid to recover costs from a roadworks debacle.
FMQs: Watch Nicola Sturgeon tell UK Government not to lose ‘V&A momentum’ by paring back Tay Cities Deal
Nicola Sturgeon has warned of the “deep shame” if the UK Government fails to capitalise on Dundee’s V&A buzz by scrimping on a long-awaited investment package for Tayside.
Licensing chief slams plan to set alcohol renewal fee which could leave taxpayers picking up the tab
A Scottish licensing chief has slammed proposals to freeze fees for people applying for a permit to sell alcohol amid claims renewal charges would fail to meet even basic costs.
The Scottish Government must be more open about its sexual harassment investigation into Alex Salmond, say opposition parties.
The 16-strong membership of the task force to save Michelin jobs in Dundee is revealed today.
The Shadow Chancellor vowed to end the “Treasury bias” he says is shortchanging Scotland in a radical speech that drew the wrath of Dundee business.
The maximum prison sentence for knife possession has been imposed just once in Scotland since its introduction, ministers have admitted.