Computer games companies could enjoy a £188 million tax break over the next five years after the European Commission ruled the UK policy does not break competition laws.
A powerful Westminster committee is coming to Dundee to investigate major social issues.
David Cameron urged MPs from all parties - including Jeremy Corbyn's Labour - to back his call for military action against Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
The Government’s plan for a real-terms cut in working-age benefits has cleared its first Commons hurdle, after heated exchanges between coalition and Labour MPs.
Fife TUC is calling for an anti-austerity demonstration outside Fife House on the morning of Fife Council’s budget day to protest against planned cuts.
Councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland have received more than £1 million to help deal with the fallout of the so-called bedroom tax.
Relatives of some of Britain's Iraq War dead have launched an online crowdfunding appeal to pay for possible legal action against Tony Blair and leading government officials.
Stirling Council’s leader will attempt to become the city’s representative at Westminster after being selected to stand in the general election by local Labour Party members.
Boris Johnson has been branded “offensive and inaccurate” after he waded into the row over Scottish independence.
THE SNP has opened the door to non-members standing for next year’s general election as Nicola Sturgeon prepared to pave the way for a Westminster deal to keep the Conservatives out of Downing Street.