Danny Alexander admitted yesterday that he faces an "incredibly tough battle" to hold his seat - as he came face-to-face with his SNP challenger in the heart of Inverness.
A former Highland councillor who fiddled his election expenses is facing a jail sentence after breaking his vow to "repay his debt to society".
The SNP has pledged that its MPs will press for a high speed rail line to Scotland and early delivery of powers over tax on flights.
Support fot the SNP has risen to its highest ever level in the wake of the initial TV leaders debates – with almost half of Scots backing the party.
With the SNP soaring high in successive opinion polls and Scottish Labour seemingly facing electoral oblivion at the general election, Jim Murphy desperately needed to find an explosive new angle to fuel his campaign.
Labour leader Ed Miliband and his shadow chancellor Ed Balls have claimed that SNP plans for full fiscal autonomy would create a £1billion blackhole in pensions.
The leader of Moray Council has condemned an SNP attempt to poach members of his administration.
A leading churchman has clashed with the SNP and Conservatives after he claimed addressing concerns over Islam was more important than dealing with the economy, independence and the NHS.
Tony Blair highlighted the SNP surge yesterday as he warned that an EU referendum could similarly let the "genie out of the bottle".
David Cameron has said he fully backed an inquiry into how a private UK Government memo involving First Minister Nicola Sturgeon got into the public domain.
The impending General Election is splitting opinion in families across the nation - not least that of Scottish Labour party's deputy leader Kezia Dugdale, who has been taken to task online by her own father.
A north MSP is to write to prosecutors to seek clarification about new evidence in the 30-year mystery surrounding the death of former SNP vice chairman Willie McRae.
Labour councillors could hold the key to who ends up running Moray Council.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has this afternoon spoken at the annual anti-Trident rally in Glasgow, urging people across the UK to seize the moment of the Westminster election to block the renewal of Trident nuclear weapons.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has called for a civil service probe into what she branded the “100% untrue” memo about her conversation with the French ambassador.
Ed Balls will promise today that Labour would end austerity in Scotland as a new poll predicted the party was poised to lose 28 seats to the SNP.
Boris Johnson claimed yesterday that the prospect of a Labour-SNP power-sharing deal was "chilling the blood of sensible people across the UK".
Gordon Brown was parachuted in to try to bolster Labour’s battle to save its Scottish seats yesterday as the party pledged to spend an extra £800million north of the border.
Two Aberdeen councillors have vowed to lobby for the introduction of exploration tax credits to safeguard the future of the North Sea if they are elected to Westminster.
Nicola Sturgeon said the SNP would “shake up the Westminster establishment“ and make the rest of the UK take notice of Scotland in the upcoming general election.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP clashed yesterday over claims Scotland would face a £40billion funding “black hole” if the nation had full fiscal autonomy.
The SNP are poised to make a bid to seize control of Moray Council after storming to victory in the Buckie by-election.
SNP members are today gathering in Glasgow for what will be the party’s biggest campaign conference in its 81 year history.
This year's election is just weeks away, and for one of the first times in British history the race for the keys for Number 10 are far from a two horse race.
SNP candidate Sonya Warren has been elected to represent the Buckie ward as part of Moray Council.
Yesterday marked the final round of Prime Minister's Questions in Westminster before the current parliament is dissolved on Monday ahead of May's general election.
Outgoing Gordon MP Sir Malcolm Bruce yesterday claimed the prospect of Alex Salmond returning to Westminster would be a “nightmare” for the people of the north-east.
Aberdeen's Labour-led council administration is facing a second grilling before standards chiefs - just three weeks before the general election.
Polling carried out by the Liberal Democrats showing they could hang on to a key north-east seat has been criticised.
David Cameron has suggested that he should go head-to-head in an election TV debate with Alex Salmond instead of Ed Miliband.
Today, the Scottish Parliament will debate the future of Scotland’s oil and gas industry.
Fishermen are to be given a chance to express their views on the expansion of a submarine testing range off the west coast of Scotland.