The woman at the centre of a cronyism row about T in the Park threatened to sue Scottish Labour’s deputy leader, The Courier can reveal.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary has urged the Chancellor to scrap planned tax credit cuts when he delivers his Autumn Statement this week.
New Scottish tax returns could be processed using pen and paper if the country’s already delayed and over-budget new authority is not ready in time, one of its chiefs has admitted.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for a full and independent inquiry into delays to European Union (EU) support payments for farmers.
Scottish families who rely on tax credits will face nearly £700 million of cuts under the UK Government's Budget plans, according to the Scottish Government.
The race for Holyrood is to step up a gear with just two weeks of campaigning left until voters go to the polls.
Ruth Davidson said the SNP’s pursuit of independence has been “utterly shredded” by the loss of their majority as she promised an offensive on the party’s “bad laws”.
A Fife woman is leading the charge to strip private schools of their charitable status.
A Holyrood committee is to consider if new powers should be used to raise or lower income tax in Scotland.
Police Scotland has been accused of ignoring public interest to “manage its own image” over the number of sex offenders on the run.