Gordon Brown will accuse political leaders in Scotland of creating a “generation of invisibles” by failing to tackle soaring levels of child poverty.
The 16-strong membership of the task force to save Michelin jobs in Dundee is revealed today.
The Scottish Labour leader has clashed with John McDonnell over the UK party’s decision to approve tax cuts for higher earners.
Richard Leonard has sought to distance himself from the Labour chairman’s rallying cry to “kill off the nationalists” in Scotland.
Banks that shut branches should be slapped with a 50% tax on the proceeds from selling the sites, a professor has suggested.
The Tay Cities Deal will receive £350 million of public funding, The Courier can reveal.
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.
Scotland’s economic growth is predicted to be half that of Britain's as a whole following an upgrade of the UK forecast.
The Prime Minister should stop giving tax breaks to the middle classes and invest in the NHS instead, says Ruth Davidson.
Millions of pounds for supporting Scottish firms were lying dormant in bank accounts while Michelin Dundee spiralled into decline.