A Budget that has been criticised for exposing families to higher bills and starving councils of cash has been signed off by the Scottish Parliament.
An independent Scotland could halve its deficit within five years of breaking away from the UK, says the Finance Secretary.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay last night vowed he would transform public services ahead of a budget expected to see Scotland’s tax system diverge further from the UK’s.
A Conservative MSP has faced demands to apologise for saying the “rape clause” in the benefits cap is an "invention to beat the Tories with".
The 16-strong membership of the task force to save Michelin jobs in Dundee is revealed today.
The Shadow Chancellor vowed to end the “Treasury bias” he says is shortchanging Scotland in a radical speech that drew the wrath of Dundee business.
NHS Tayside’s former chief executive offered to resign months before her lawyers demanded a change to her contract that doubled her pay-out.
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.
BiFab bosses say manufacturing jobs would return to Fife if new rules were brought in to ban companies that flout state aid rules.