Nicola Sturgeon says the refusal by the UK Government to protect disability benefits for new Frank’s Law recipients is “utterly inexplicable”.
Nicola Sturgeon fears Theresa May’s successor will be a Brexiteer who will send the Conservatives “lurching even further to the right”.
The First Minister has praised Angus campaigner Amanda Kopel ahead of the roll-out of Frank’s Law next week.
The boss of ScotRail has signalled that services could get worse this year because they are at the “mercy” of train suppliers.
Armed Forces personnel based in Scotland will have their salaries topped up by the UK Government to compensate them for the higher tax burden north of the border.
Private schools stand to lose £37 million in what a Dundee headteacher has called a “vindictive” attack on education.
A cancer charity has demanded emergency investment in the NHS after only one health board met the legal target to start treating diagnosed patients in time.
Locals are being priced out of their communities by home-buyers based overseas, new figures suggest.
Millions of EU nationals who live and work in the UK will have to apply to stay in post-Brexit Britain from this week.
A third of bank branches in Tayside and Fife have closed over the last eight years, according to new research.