Gordon Brown will accuse political leaders in Scotland of creating a “generation of invisibles” by failing to tackle soaring levels of child poverty.
The Tay Cities Deal will be signed off next week following confirmation in the Budget it is being bankrolled with £350 million of public funding.
Whisky tax and Switzerland-style defence spending would ease post-independence austerity, says professor
A new whisky tax and reducing the length of university courses would soften austerity in the aftermath of a Yes vote, says a professor.
Rail users are being encouraged to fight back on price hikes with a booking trick that can save Dundee commuters £17 a day.
Motorists have each saved thousands of pounds since The Courier’s victorious campaign to scrap bridge tolls.
Tax breaks and government grants are ready to be deployed in the battle to save Dundee’s Michelin plant, says the finance secretary.
An MSP has called for a review into how public money is spent on chief executive pay-offs following confusion over Lesley McLay’s exit package.
An MSP has urged the Prime Minister to copy Canada and legalise cannabis.
Fears have been raised that the Brexit fall-out between the UK and Scottish governments could hamper the Tay Cities Deal.
Councils spent £622,000 of public cash on a bungled legal bid to recover costs from a roadworks debacle.