Scottish Labour campaigners are facing questions about anti-Semitism on the doorsteps as the party makes a final push for votes, leader Kezia Dugdale has admitted.
The number of operations cancelled in Fife has reached its highest level since the advent of monthly reporting.
Party leaders will make their final pitch to voters as the Scottish Parliament election campaign draws to a close.
An extra £430m will be pumped into public services in Tayside and Fife under a Scottish Labour government, its leader has claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she would back decriminalising cannabis for medicinal use.
It has been described as anything from the most boring Scottish Parliament election in history to the most tedious election anywhere, ever.
Deluded politicians are “sticking their heads in the sand” over the decline of oil, the Scottish Greens co-convener has warned.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to review business rates on empty premises amid industry claims that current policy is "running people into bankruptcy through no fault of their own".
Labour's Kezia Dugdale insisted she is "immensely proud" of the campaign her party has fought as the race for Holyrood entered its final 48 hours.
The Scottish Conservatives have a one in four chance of either beating Scottish Labour or finishing on an equal number of seats, according to a new election forecast.