Firms who avoid tax and fail to pay staff a decent wage should not be rewarded with Government grants, says Willie Rennie.
Middle earners like nurses and teachers will have to stump up more cash under Labour plans to avoid budget cuts.
Dundee is in danger of missing out on a £30 billion industry emerging from the decline of North Sea oil, says an MSP.
The Scottish Conservatives have set out details of their plans to introduce a graduate contribution and bring back prescription charges.
Two Tayside councils have not received a penny from a flagship Scottish Government war chest to help close the attainment gap.
Students would pay a £6,000 “graduation tax” under Scottish Conservative plans to dump free tuition.
Question Time will be filmed at the Caird Hall in Dundee tonight. The panel for the current affairs programme has been announced as Ruth Davidson, Jenny Marra, John Swinney, Willie Rennie, Patrick Harvie and the Daily Telegraph’s Timothy Stanley.
UKIP’s leader in Scotland has criticised the BBC’s panel selection for Question Time as too pro-EU.
The energy minister said Dundee is “at the races” to win its share of £50 billion decommissioning contracts as he sought to ward off criticism his party had let down the city.
Scots will see no increase in either income tax bills or council tax payments next year, Deputy First Minister John Swinney has announced.