Thursday night’s episode of Question time, which was filmed in Dundee, has sparked online backlash over the panel and audience make-up.
A war of words has broken out over the failure of Labour MPs to show up to a crucial vote to scrap the so-called bedroom tax.
Actor Brian Cox has quit Labour to join the SNP, accusing his former party of ditching its founding principles in a parting shot at Jim Murphy and Ed Miliband.
Local colleges could turn students away because of a “huge shortfall” of more than £11 million in financial support, it has been claimed.
A national curling centre should be based in Stirling in the wake of sporting success at the Winter Olympics, an MSP has said.
Cancer death rates in Tayside have gone up as the national figure falls, new NHS Scotland data shows.
Pass grades for Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence exams will not be lowered if confusion and difficulties with the new structure result in higher failure rates, Scotland’s minister for learning has said.
A proposed golf and tennis centre near Stirling University strengthens the case for Dundee to host Scotland’s National Football Academy and Performance Centre, a city-based MSP has claimed.
The longest tapestry in the world has had its final stitch sewn by the Scottish Parliament’s presiding officer.
Starting your own revolution – ‘It is time we did something to change this state of affairs’, says disillusioned Perthshire man
Amid turbulent political debate over Europe, the latest council budget cuts and a seemingly daily diet of crisis-ridden news, Dunblane author Mark Eyre tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER why he is campaigning for a “different game” and everyone can play.