Labour’s manifesto counts for very little because voters do not see the party as credible, according to former Labour first minister Henry McLeish.
Lawyer at centre of Law Society investigation involving SNP’s Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh refutes allegations
The lawyer at the centre of a watchdog probe involving a prominent SNP candidate has been forced to deny wrongdoing.
Criminal charges will not be brought against those accused of expenses fraud ahead of the 2015 general election, the CPS has said.
The EU president's after-dinner assessment of Brexit talks with Theresa May should not be trusted, says Ruth Davidson.
Alistair Darling refused to endorse Jeremy Corbyn as he hinted the Labour leader will not last beyond the general election.
Theresa May has been forced to deny calling a snap general election because of allegations of electoral fraud hanging over the Conservative Party.
Labour's Ian Murray has been left red-faced after sending out a leaflet claiming to list his achievements - and leaving the page blank.
An SNP minister has played down the prospect of using Holyrood’s new powers to mitigate the Conservative Government’s controversial “rape clause” policy.
Women’s charities in Tayside have started a boycott of a “cruel” policy which requires rape victims to recount their ordeal to claim benefits.
Scotland is on the verge of recession after the economy shrank at the end of last year, official figures show.