Theresa May is asking the EU for another delay to Brexit.
Treasury ministers were dubbed a “parcel of rogues” during clashes in Holyrood over Tay Cities Deal funding.
Nicola Sturgeon’s pledge to prioritise education called ‘farcical’ as Budget slashes revenue funding for universities
Universities in Scotland will have £417 million less for day-to-day spending than four years ago if the Budget is approved this week, according to new figures.
Jeremy Corbyn is in Dundee today to rally Labour troops in Scotland.
The Environment Secretary ridiculed a plan to send “kill squads” to deal with Tay beavers before MSPs backed her controversial reform to give them protected status.
The Greens have slammed the SNP for pandering to “right-wing voices” and failing to impose steeper income tax rises.
Alex Salmond has called for a ceasefire in the “uncivil war” that has broken out between his camp and Nicola Sturgeon’s.
A Budget that has been criticised for exposing families to higher bills and starving councils of cash has been signed off by the Scottish Parliament.
Tay Cities Deal bosses are not seeking the extra £50 million from the Conservative Government demanded by the SNP, Holyrood was told.
A cycling loop that could ease traffic and attract visitors should be rolled out around the Tay, says a Fife MSP.