Only a third of voters think Labour will still be a force in Scottish politics in a decade, according to a poll.
Scottish Parliament 2016
Ruth Davidson said the SNP’s pursuit of independence has been “utterly shredded” by the loss of their majority as she promised an offensive on the party’s “bad laws”.
An extra £430m will be pumped into public services in Tayside and Fife under a Scottish Labour government, its leader has claimed.
Deluded politicians are “sticking their heads in the sand” over the decline of oil, the Scottish Greens co-convener has warned.
Government attempts to rein in teacher workload have been a “consistent failure”, says an education expert.
Nicola Sturgeon will make another push for independence if a “range of polls” show most Scots want a second referendum.
Billions of pounds would be pumped into the Scottish economy if the “glass ceiling” on women is removed, Nicola Sturgeon said.
Scottish businesses are being stung by higher taxes than their English competitors as the economy north of the border lags behind the UK’s, according to major employers.
The SNP were berated for presiding over a crisis-ridden NHS as they traded blows with Labour over health.
Angus is in danger of being swallowed up by Dundee under an SNP Government obsessed with centralisation, says Ruth Davidson.