A “meaningful uplift” in funding for public services and an end to the freeze on benefits are among Scottish ministers’ demands for the upcoming UK Budget.
The Chancellor has hailed the economic power of Peppa Pig in response to a report that shows tax relief for the UK’s screen industry has boosted the economy by billions.
Business confidence in Scotland has dipped by 10 points in the past month, new research shows.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.
Concerns about future interest rate rises could be behind the first real terms fall in borrowing by Scottish farms for almost a decade.
Mark Carney will stay on as Bank of England Governor until January 2020, Chancellor Philip Hammond has confirmed.
Nearly a fifth of “bank of mum and dad” parents and grandparents are sacrificing their own standard of living in order to provide financial support to younger generations getting on the housing ladder, a survey has found.
Major Dundee investment firm Alliance Trust has made office space available to rent in its flagship Dundee headquarters.
Nissan is finishing off the summer with a selection of finance offers on new 68-plate vehicles.
Nicola Sturgeon has said an improvement in Scotland’s public finances shows the economy is on the “right trajectory”.