Nicola Sturgeon has defended controversial plans to give local councils the power to introduce a workplace parking levy as part of the Scottish Government’s budget.
First Minister’s questions
Workers face being “thumped” by plans to allow councils across Scotland to introduce a tax if they park their car at their place of employment, the Tories have claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to look into reports that a lack of care staff on a Scottish island has left a frail 90-year-old woman unable to get the help she needs.
The First Minister has called on the UK Government to “stop wasting time” and revoke Article 50 to enable Brexit to be halted through a People’s Vote.
Households on an income of £15,000 a year will only be 49p better off as a result of tax changes made by the Scottish Government, the Tories have claimed.
The chances of stopping Brexit and keeping the UK in the European Union are the greatest they have been since the Leave vote, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has hit back at claims SNP MPs are only voting against the Prime Minister’s Brexit agreement in the hope the “chaos” of no deal will help bring about a second independence referendum.
Fresh concerns about disabled access on a temporary replacement ferry to Orkney will be investigated by Nicola Sturgeon.
Nicola Sturgeon has hinted that work from a huge offshore wind farm off the Fife coast could revitalise troubled firm BiFab.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that a summit will be held next month to draw up fresh plans for action to tackle “unfair and excessive” delivery charges.
My meanderings take me to towns and cities the length and breadth of our United Kingdom.
I tuned into First Minister’s Questions at our Scottish Parliament on Thursday. I wish I hadn’t.
The death of a man due to a 999 call-handler error was raised at First Minister's Questions following a report in the Press and Journal.
Boom and bust teacher recruitment has left Scotland with thousands of vacancies, according to Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson.
Ruth Davidson warned the first minister yesterday that escalating business rates risk "pushing firms to the wall".