Alex Salmond has called for a ceasefire in the “uncivil war” that has broken out between his camp and Nicola Sturgeon’s.
Ministers are facing questions over their intervention in a planning application for a China-backed wind farm.
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.
Holyrood faces being overruled by Westminster after MSPs refused to support key Brexit legislation.
The Scottish Government must be more open about its sexual harassment investigation into Alex Salmond, say opposition parties.
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".
Fife pupils having to send emergency parcels to their poorer peers is evidence of a “Dickensian Scotland” under the Tories and SNP, says Richard Leonard.
The Scottish Government has been warned against launching its own energy company to rival a not-for-profit supplier it supported with millions of pounds of public money.
Gordon Brown will accuse political leaders in Scotland of creating a “generation of invisibles” by failing to tackle soaring levels of child poverty.
The 16-strong membership of the task force to save Michelin jobs in Dundee is revealed today.