Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has told a court he "enormously" regrets his involvement in the leaking of a confidential memo.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will call on the SNP to back her party's pledge to protect education spending in the next Scottish Parliament when she leads at debate on the issue at Holyrood.
Opposition MSPs have called for an independent inquiry into the Forth Road Bridge closure amid claims that essential maintenance was not carried out.
A legal bid to unseat former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has been branded a "political show trial" in court by a Liberal Democrat MSP.
Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed a ruling by the new press standards body that a leaked memo which claimed she wanted David Cameron to remain in Downing Street was "significantly misleading".
Budget 2015: Oil and gas tax overhaul would not have been possible under independence, says Chancellor
Chancellor George Osborne has announced a £1.3 billion package of support for the oil and gas industry in his final Budget before the general election while saying an independent Scotland “would never have been able to afford” the measures.
A revolt over planned tax credit cuts is gathering pace, with Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson the latest to heap pressure on Chancellor George Osborne.
Holyrood should use its new financial powers to resurrect an unpopular tax system from the 1960s to substantially increase child benefit at a cut price cost, a think-tank has recommended.
Holyrood's Deputy First Minister will disclose for the first time what the proposed Scottish rate of income tax is to be set at.
A court has been asked to dismiss a legal challenge to the election of former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael.