Nicola Sturgeon has refused to back down on independence despite appealing to opponents for compromise on the Scottish Parliament’s future.
The Health Secretary has fired a warning shot against any attempt by UK ministers to use Frank’s Law as an excuse to slash benefits.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown says a Fife charity’s plan to hire its own mental health workforce is a symptom of the “full-blown emergency” at the NHS.
A Dundee MP has suggested “it’s time” to pull the trigger on a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon refused to exempt low-paid workers from income tax hikes in a heated exchange during First Minister’s Questions.
Dundee needs to build a new home nearly every day for the next three decades to cope with population increases, says a think-tank.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to bring in Frank’s Law.
Ahead of the government’s Brexit repeal bill being debated at the House of Commons on Thursday, former Scottish Labour leader Henry McLeish tells Michael Alexander why he believes Scotland – and the UK – is at a crossroads.
Russia has called for “more active contacts” between its UK embassy and the First Minister after she snubbed invites from the ambassador.
The Angus woman fighting to end age discrimination in the care system has warned the First Minister not to “let down” Scots.
Former Scottish Labour leader and First Minister Henry McLeish has praised Kezia Dugdale for helping the Labour Party make some “real progress” in Scotland.
Anas Sarwar has declared his support for Jeremy Corbyn as he confirmed he will run in the Scottish Labour leadership contest.
The SNP’s changes to its Named Person scheme fail to resolve major flaws identified by the Supreme Court, according to legal experts, health boards and children’s charities.
Nicola Sturgeon should promise to bring in Frank’s Law if she is serious about creating a fairer society, says an MSP.
Hundreds more families in Tayside and Fife have seen their benefits cut since the UK Government lowered the welfare cap, official figures show.
An “increasingly critical” shortage of science and maths teachers is being compounded by graduates not reaching the required standard in English, Dundee academics have warned.
The scale of the backlash against business rates has been revealed with official figures showing thousands of firms have appealed their bills.
Alex Rowley has said he will not stand for the Scottish Labour leadership.
Alex Rowley has been named the interim leader of Scottish Labour after Kezia Dugdale’s shock resignation.
Shona Robison insisted she has the backing of Nicola Sturgeon as the First Minister faced calls to sack her under-fire health secretary.