Firms who avoid tax and fail to pay staff a decent wage should not be rewarded with Government grants, says Willie Rennie.
Since this will be my last column, I hope I can be excused returning again to my real love: sport, and in particular rugby.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the opposition parties are "battling it out for second place" as she spoke of her wish to remain as First Minister in the next parliament.
Kezia Dugdale homed in on the swingeing cuts facing Perth and Kinross Council to attack the Scottish Government’s slashing of local authority budgets.
The new funding deal for Scotland fails to meet the test of taxpayer fairness for the whole of the UK, analysis by an economic think-tank has found.
Green co-convener Patrick Harvie says he is confident his party's plans to introduce a 60p top rate of income tax for Scotland's highest earners would raise additional revenue.
Middle income families would be given a 10% tax cut under a system put forward by a commission set up by the Scottish Conservatives.
Nigel Farage proclaimed that Ukip are the "independence party in Scotland" as he launched their manifesto for the Holyrood election.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused the UK Treasury of trying to "systematically reduce the Scottish budget" as talks over future funding arrangements appear deadlocked.
David Cameron must "stop pussyfooting around" and take action on tax dodgers, Jeremy Corbyn will demand, in response to the Panama Papers leak which has seen the Prime Minister dragged into a row about his late father's business affairs .