It's finally here. Just five days after it was leaked to the country via the Press, Labour's manifesto will be officially unveiled.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats’ election manifesto will propose a double boost for universities in a bid to stave off harmful effects of Brexit, The Courier has learned.
Labour MSPs rebelled against their leader as Holyrood voted to reject the UK Government’s plans to start the Brexit process.
In 2010, Jim McGovern was returned as the MP for Dundee West with a majority of 7,278.
Election debates in Scotland between the country’s political leaders have thrown up a few surprises from within the audience.
Theresa May's appearance on BBC's The One Show on Tuesday night proved a little controversial but I have some sympathy for the Prime Minister.
While newly elected councillors celebrated, and those candidates who missed out on public office licked their wounds, big brains within political parties collected the data from Thursday’s contest, headed for back rooms and started number crunching.
A boisterous and confident Scottish Conservative election campaign is proving "helpful" to the SNP in seats like North Perthshire and North East Fife, Nicola Sturgeon has claimed.
Holyrood will bid to block Brexit despite Supreme Court judges ruling it does not have the legal powers to do so, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Ruth Davidson has criticised the Conservatives’ UK Government partners for failing to introduce equal marriage in Northern Ireland, suggesting the policy is causing gay people to attempt suicide.