A major SNP donor has contradicted Nicola Sturgeon’s claims that Brexit will cost the Scottish economy billions by saying leaving is “not as big a deal as people are making out”.
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Alex Salmond has warned the UK Government against further "blatant abuse" of financial statistics during a potential second Scottish independence referendum.
The Dogs Trust has been left “deeply disappointed” by a Holyrood decision not to impose an outright ban on electric shock collars.
Men convicted for having gay relationships under old discriminatory laws will be given a full pardon, the Scottish Government has announced.
Fife will lose an MP and Angus split in two under new boundary proposals branded a “disgrace to democracy”.
Health bosses in Tayside and Fife have spent more than £1m on sending NHS patients for private operations in the last year.
Race relations in the UK could be permanently damaged by the "extremely ugly" rhetoric of Brexit campaigners, a former Liberal Democrat leader has warned.
Irish President Michael D Higgins has hailed the "great ties" between Ireland and Scotland at the start of a three-day Scottish visit.
Labour have fired the starting gun on a bid to shoot down controversial laws designed to stop sectarianism in football.