Jeremy Corbyn will make a fresh push to persuade Labour supporters to back keeping Britain in the EU as poll showed the Brexit camp in a 10-point lead.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney has defended his government's "significantly defective" IT programme for paying European Union (EU) support to farmers.
Tayside and Fife politicians have voiced mixed opinions on proposals to re-draw Scotland’s Westminster constituencies.
Jeremy Corbyn is eliminating the threat of independence by offering Yes voters “real hope”, says Alex Rowley.
Fife’s top political figures, and their challengers, are preparing for a long and nervous night after voters went to the polls across the region.
The number of prisoners caught taking drugs in jail has hit a seven-year high.
The leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats has vowed to stick to his anti-independence position “like glue” to counter Nicola Sturgeon’s agitation for secession.
Dundee needs to build a new home nearly every day for the next three decades to cope with population increases, says a think-tank.
Rural affairs secretary Richard Lochhead has resigned from the Scottish Cabinet.
Theresa May has been forced to deny calling a snap general election because of allegations of electoral fraud hanging over the Conservative Party.