The Royal Marines base in Angus is safe from the fresh round of Ministry of Defence cuts, the Scottish Secretary says.
Scotland's Brexit Secretary has insisted there will be no compromise with the UK Government in the row over devolved powers without changes being made to the "profoundly anti-democratic" EU Withdrawal Bill.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged an “industrial renaissance” in Scotland to save firms like BiFab.
A former cabinet secretary has suggested re-writing the Tay Cities Deal wish-list because of its reliance on a “jobs bonanza myth”.
The failure to come up with an immigration scheme for crucial temporary staff is “disgraceful”, says Nicola Sturgeon.
MPs will be able to force chlorinated chicken and GM food on Scotland through the UK Government's “power grab”, the First Minister said.
Scotland’s roads are bearing the brunt of cuts to council budgets, new data shows.
The backlash against the Tories for seizing Holyrood powers has already seen thousands of people join the SNP, says Nicola Sturgeon.
The leader of Perth and Kinross Council has hit back at a government proposal that local authorities shield private schools from a Scottish Government tax raid.
Prime Minister championing Brexit deal in Scotland as Nicola Sturgeon warns of £1,600 annual cost to each Scot
Theresa May heads to Scotland tomorrow to try and sell her Brexit deal to the public ahead of next month’s crunch vote.