An English-born Conservative has said the "true mask of nationalism has slipped" after a political rival posted a video threatening to send him homeward.
Esther McVey says ‘personalised’ Universal Credit works – as 5,000 Scots get benefits-related emergency grants
The UK Welfare Secretary has insisted the Universal Credit system gets Scots back to work as it emerged more than 5,000 people needed emergency grants last year because of benefit delays.
The Tay Cities Deal faces a funding threat with the UK Government cutting its contribution to the £1 billion investment package.
Troops based in Scotland will have their salaries topped up by as much as £1,500 to offset SNP tax hikes, the Defence Secretary says.
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.
Veterans’ Minister Graeme Day made a poignant visit to an Aberdeen yesterday as he reflected on his own family’s service in past conflicts.
Angus is in danger of being swallowed up by Dundee under an SNP Government obsessed with centralisation, says Ruth Davidson.
Grocery prices could be pushed up as demand grows for agricultural workers in areas to be paid higher wages, a local business leader has claimed.
A ticking timebomb hangs over Angus with a shrinking workforce increasingly unable to look after its ageing population, an MSP has warned.
The importance of the Arbroath Smokie and other EU-protected foods was debated in Westminster during the last Prime Minister’s Questions of the year.