NHS Tayside still faces "significant challenges" according to a fifth emergency audit into its financial and operational management.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to apologise to Britain’s Jewish community during Andrew Neil interview
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn last night refused to apologise to Britain's Jewish community for the unease and “anxiety” in the wake of the party’s anti-Semitism scandal.
The shadow chancellor John McDonnell has claimed the SNP are "Tories" as he ruled out forming a coalition with the party in the event of a hung parliament.
Scotland's Brexit minister has said the path to an independent Scotland joining the EU is more open than it has ever been before, sentiments shared by former council president Herman Van Rompuy.
Hard pressed councils' budgets could be thrown into disarray after the UK government hiked the rate of borrowing on local authority funding.
A political fund for MPs who support remaining in the EU set up by late Liberal grandee Paddy Ashdown has offered its support to a second candidate in North East Fife.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m sorry’: SNP member due to probe anti-Semitism resigns after her own anti-Semitic posts exposed
A Dundee SNP conduct committee member has apologised “profusely” for anti-Semitic social media posts and resigned from the party.
Nicola Sturgeon visits Syrian food shops in campaign launch for former MP and journalist John Nicolson
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was in Alloa yesterday launching the campaign of former MP and journalist John Nicolson.
A leading nurseries group has warned of a "workforce crisis" ahead of the roll-out of the Scottish Government's compulsory hours provision in 2020.
The Scottish Police Federation has warned a decision not to exempt emergency services from the so-called car park tax could endanger public safety.