Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie is to outline plans for a £170 million pupil premium scheme to "put money into every classroom" in Scotland.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats leader has said the “shine has come off” the SNP as he laid out his vision for Scotland ahead of next month’s election.
The Liberal Democrats would raise income tax by 1p to pay for the “biggest investment in education since devolution”.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has insisted it is a "new age" for the party as she was quizzed on Jeremy Corbyn not addressing its spring conference this weekend.
Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has pledged to unveil a manifesto "bursting with ideas" following internal party allegations that she has not presented any detailed policies.
The shelving of repairs to the Forth Road Bridge was a “direct consequence” of Scottish Government cuts, an inquiry has found
The next Scottish government should introduce anti-poverty legislation to comprehensively tackle the issue, campaigners have said.
It’s an election where the photo opportunities have often been more interesting than the policies.
Since this will be my last column, I hope I can be excused returning again to my real love: sport, and in particular rugby.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to restore money cut from colleges to increase vocational courses for people seeking an alternative to classroom learning.