An MSP is facing allegations of “bullying” members of his own party and trying to force senior colleagues out of jobs.
Abuse from “nationalist mobs” will not stop Jim Murphy touring the country speaking to people on the street about the referendum, the Labour MP has said ahead of a trip to Tayside.
Holyrood’s first presiding officer has said Westminster should have set up an oil fund around 35 years ago.
BBC director-general Tony Hall has responded to Culture Secretary Maria Miller’s concerns about “sexist” comments made by presenter John Inverdale, saying he found them “totally unacceptable”.
A full-scale rebellion against John Swinney’s cuts to local authority funding is on the cards after the umbrella body for Scottish councils rejected his latest deal.
Tony Blair has apologised for aspects of the Iraq War, sparking claims of attempted “spin” ahead of the Chilcot Inquiry findings.
Scottish Labour conference: Jeremy Corbyn says Scotland’s ‘radical tradition’ is ready to welcome ‘sunshine of socialism’
New Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn set out his vision for Scotland and the UK as he called for the "sunshine of socialism" to break through against the "narrow, nasty" politics of David Cameron's Conservatives.
SNP depute leader Stewart Hosie hit the campaign trail in Kirkcaldy to outline his party’s plans to increase public spending.
In the early hours of September 19, 2014, I left the referendum count in Perth to travel to Edinburgh to deal with the aftermath of the vote.
A PAINTING by Dame Elizabeth Blackadder will benefit four good causes after being unveiled as the First Minister’s Christmas card for 2012.