A sexual harassment phone-line is to be set-up at Holyrood as parliamentary authorities pledged to take action over “disturbing and deeply concerning” reports.
Ruth Davidson MSP
Missed appointments are costing north and north-east Scotland health boards more than £8million pounds.
Not a single child from a deprived background in Argyll and Bute got the necessary grades to go to university last year.
Nicola Sturgeon came under sustained fire from opposition leaders over her government’s record on education.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and opposition party leaders clashed at Holyrood yesterday over whose party would best represent Scotland at Westminster.
Scottish opposition leaders set out their priorities on law and order ahead of the general election.
Nicola Sturgeon has voiced confidence in Sir Stephen House following a series of controversies surrounding his leadership.
John Swinney’s claim that the Scottish replacement of stamp duty would not increase taxes has been undermined by independent analysis.
The Conservative’s record in office looks set to form the central plank of their general election campaign.
Ruth Davidson has accused SNP leaders of “cheap, dirty politics” with their “divide-and-rule” message directed at voters south of the border.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to explain why she has backed a party that wants to see an end to the oil industry.
Scottish Government demands for full fiscal autonomy will result in nearly 140,000 job losses, according to Labour.
The Scottish Conservative will make a direct appeal to former Liberal Democrat and Labour supporters looking for a new home.
Chancellor George Osborne is coming under pressure from within his own party to cut the tax on whisky.
The Scottish Conservatives have donated £1,200 to Hopscotch, an Edinburgh-based children’s charity that provides respite care for vulnerable children in the west Highlands.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said Chancellor George Osborne “must go further” and cut taxes to stimulate the flagging oil and gas industry.
The Scottish Conservative leader has warned that plans for “radical” land reform could threaten food security.
A former business organisation director is heading up a new body tasked with ensuring Scotland’s new tax system is fit for purpose.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson will today (fri) call for a “parent power” shake-up of education to make schools and nurseries more attractive.
Seems politics could take a back seat when it comes to Scotland’s favourite tennis player today.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has added her voice to growing calls for Aberdeen City Council to be granted new powers to boost economic growth.
The plummeting oil price has been seized upon by critics of the Scottish Government's forecasts in support of independence earlier this year.
The Tories are to press for changes to the SNP government's budget plans which the party claims will cost homeowners thousands of pounds.
A row erupted last night after the Scottish Government dismissed the Smith Commission recommendations as falling "well short" of what was expected.
Opposition leaders clashed with Alex Salmond's legacy as he led first minister's questions for the last time yesterday.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has accused Alex Salmond of putting the government "on hold" for two months until he stands down.
Three of Scotland's top politicians have been immortalised in a set of new portrait paintings.