Whisky duty could be cut in next month’s Budget to offset punitive US tariffs that come into force today, UK ministers have signalled.
A long-running spat over historic farm subsidy allocations has been settled and Scottish farmers are set to receive their share of £160 million.
Scotland’s Public Finance Minister Kate Forbes last night claimed the Chancellor’s Spring Statement offers “no clarity” on funding for Scotland.
Chancellor Philip Hammond declared “austerity is finally coming to an end” last night, as he unveiled a Budget for “the strivers, the grafters and the carers”.
UK Music has called on Chancellor Philip Hammond to order an “urgent review” into music education in state schools.
Labour has called for the UK Government to “stop dancing” around the planned closures of dozens of RBS branches.
Chancellor Philip Hammond yesterday hinted that austerity measures could soon be eased after official economic forecasts showed improved growth rates for the UK.
A ground-breaking new tax break for the oil sector will revitalise the North Sea and pave the way for a flurry of deals, industry experts said yesterday.
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Single market membership is at the top of the list of Budget demands for rural Scotland, it was claimed yesterday.
There’s a Budget looming and many north and north-east businesses will, either directly or through industry bodies, use this week to get their messages across to the chancellor.
The whisky industry’s trade body has renewed calls for the chancellor to cut “staggering” levels of tax on Scotch to support sales growth in the UK and international markets ahead of Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond will today use his Budget to mark the upcoming centenary of legislation that first gave women the right to vote.
NFU Mutual has called on the Chancellor to take steps to reduce the financial pressure on farmers in next week's budget.
The Scottish Government has pledged to do everything it can to protect families north of the border from further austerity measures to be announced by the Chancellor.
A minority UK Government could lead to better thought out and consensual policies, Nicola Sturgeon declared last night.
Chancellor George Osborne has given an exclusive interview to the Press and Journal on a visit to Aberdeen.
Former Chancellor Alistair Darling has chosen the Outer Hebrides to mark the "100 days to go" point in the Scottish independence referendum campaign.