Alex Salmond has warned the UK Government against further "blatant abuse" of financial statistics during a potential second Scottish independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon is to urge politicians, business and universities to join an "all-Scotland" coalition to oppose a hard Brexit.
Commission to examine how Scottish Parliament should “evolve to meet the best needs of the Scottish people”
Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh has set up an independent commission on parliamentary reform to help Holyrood cope with "increasingly tribal and divisive" politics in Scotland.
Brexit talks between Theresa May and the leaders of the devolved administrations were "deeply frustrating", Scotland's First Minister has said.
Judges at Scotland's highest civil court have rejected an appeal against plans to bring in minimum pricing for alcohol.
Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson has urged the BBC to invite her to compete on Strictly Come Dancing next year.
Scottish taxpayers and businesses face a "Scotland surcharge" of up to £1 billion over the next four years, the Scottish Conservatives have claimed.
The Scottish Government will face calls today to give Holyrood a better chance to scrutinise its budget.
Nicola Sturgeon should focus on helping Scotland cope with Brexit rather than trying to "wish away" the referendum result, Ruth Davidson said.
The system that allows highly paid council chief executives to receive extra payouts for acting as returning officers during elections is to be probed by MSPs.