Theresa May is asking the EU for another delay to Brexit.
The number of civil court cases have increased in Tayside and Fife by the largest rate in the country, new figures show.
Shadow Scottish Secretary Lesley Laird backs conflicting Labour policies on income tax in England and Scotland
Labour’s shadow Scottish Secretary says both John McDonnell and Richard Leonard are correct on income tax - despite having conflicting policies.
Treasury ministers were dubbed a “parcel of rogues” during clashes in Holyrood over Tay Cities Deal funding.
Theresa May weighed into Scotland’s Budget row to tell the SNP to stop “hoarding power” in Edinburgh and start funding councils properly.
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.
A key adviser to Nicola Sturgeon has urged the “softest possible” form of Scottish independence in order to win over voters.
Nicola Sturgeon refused to rule out compulsory redundancies at Dundee Council after city chiefs revealed job cuts are being considered.
Against the backdrop of the Brexit disaster, Derek Mackay stood before MSPs to deliver his Budget.