Start-up businesses in Scotland have borrowed more than £26 million from the British Business Bank since its launch six years ago.
Universities in Scotland could lose hundreds of millions of pounds worth of research grants if there is a no-deal Brexit, the UK Government has been warned.
A minimum income for students would help guarantee stronger financial support for those at university and college, Scottish Labour has said.
More than a third of men don’t ask for help when they are struggling to cope, according to new research.
Scotland should address various economic areas to compete in the global economy, research has found.
An official report on the impact of Brexit on rural Scotland has included the quote: “We are f*****,” it can be revealed.
Mobile coverage in Scotland will continue to lag behind the rest of the UK unless more ambitious coverage targets are set, it has been claimed.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has written to Prime Minister Theresa May to raise her concerns over the role of the devolved administrations during the Brexit talks.
Police in Scotland will be ready to respond to any emergencies during an “unprecedented set of circumstances” following Brexit, a senior officer has said.
Poorer families, severely disabled people and female lone parents are among those in Scotland whose household income is taking the biggest hit from tax and spending plans, new research indicates.