Armed Forces personnel based in Scotland will have their salaries topped up by the UK Government to compensate them for the higher tax burden north of the border.
MSPs have been accused of acting in self-interest by opposing the car park tax.
Theresa May weighed into Scotland’s Budget row to tell the SNP to stop “hoarding power” in Edinburgh and start funding councils properly.
NHS Tayside has been lifted out of emergency measures despite continuing to overspend by £1.5 million a month.
The public health minister has said he does not have the power to declare a national emergency in response to Scotland's drugs death crisis.
A council boss has dubbed Derek Mackay the “Greatest Showman” for claiming town halls are winners in his Budget.
The Prime Minister should stop giving tax breaks to the middle classes and invest in the NHS instead, says Ruth Davidson.
Retailers have intervened over the Budget deadlock by warning any delay to Holyrood passing the £33 billion package could damage the high street.
St Andrews professor Clara Ponsati returned to court today to continue her fight against extradition to Spain.
Labour Party in midst of ‘catastrophe’ that could end its existence, warns former First Minister Henry McLeish
Twenty years after devolution, with the ongoing focus on the UK Tory leadership contest and divisions over Brexit, what does Labour have to do to revive its fortunes? Here, Michael Alexander chats to former Scottish Labour leader and former First Minister Henry McLeish to hear his concerns about the future.