Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to abandon plans to cut a flight tax and instead “tackle a million tonnes of waste” from Scotland that could be dumped in England.
Ministers are “sleepwalking to another blunder” after more than 120 police call handlers had pay cuts of up to £6,371, according to the Scottish Liberal Demorcrats.
Hundreds of call handlers at Police Scotland could be forced to quit over cuts to pay and changes to working conditions, Willie Rennie has warned.
MPs will “kill off” any prospect of a no-deal Brexit in crucial House of Commons votes next week, the Liberal Democrat leader has predicted.
Labour and Conservative politicians at Holyrood could be poised to quit their parties in the wake of the creation of the new Independent Group of MPs, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has claimed.
Brexit negotiations will “cripple” the UK for years, even if Theresa May does manage to get a Withdrawal Agreement approved by Parliament, the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats has warned.
Liberal Democrats will make a fresh attempt to persuade MPs to back a second Brexit referendum – with leader Sir Vince Cable reaching out to members of the new Independent Group for support.
Changes to police call centre pay and conditions “threaten the stability and morale” of staff, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has warned.
Political party leaders in Scotland have joined forces to support a campaign aimed at beating loneliness.
A “dramatic cut” in the use of restraint on disabled schoolchildren has been demanded by the Scottish Liberal Democrat leader.
Children in Scotland should not start primary school until they are six or seven-years-old, it will be claimed today.
A new vision for Scottish independence was branded “austerity on stilts” last night amid claims it would lead to almost £30 billion of cuts in a decade.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has told MPs he does not accept the current Brexit devolution deal.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has opened the door to alliances with the talks with the SNP over Brexit and the budget.
The convener of an Aberdeenshire SNP branch has apologised after labelling Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie “insane” and “unhinged”.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Brexit is “threatening the underpinning principle” of devolution and called for a new cross-party consensus to boost Holyrood’s powers.
Green energy schemes, an income tax review and a plan to tackle homelessness were among the key features of Nicola Sturgeon’s “fresh, bold and ambitious” programme for government.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has blamed “quite serious deterioration” in Scottish education standards for the SNP’s “decline”.
A crackdown on whistle-blowers has been included in new guidance for Scottish police.
The UK Government has come under fire after it emerged Scotland will receive no extra money as a result of Theresa May's "grubby and shameless deal" with the Democratic Unionist Party.
The Liberal Democrats' new Highland MP has claimed his party can be the "voice and conscience of internationalism" at Westminster.
The general election campaign got off to a dramatic start with Theresa May's shock announcement of a snap poll outside Downing Street after a walking holiday in Snowdonia.
It’s no secret that a lot of newspapers have had a tough time over the past few years. The rise of the internet has brought new challenges and opportunities but there’s one area that’s been going from strength to strength and that’s the local paper.
Theresa May faced calls to resign yesterday amid the political fallout from the London Bridge terror attack which dominated election campaigning.
A call to reverse the downgrading of maternity services in Caithness has been made by Scottish Lib Dem leader Wille Rennie.
Scottish Liberal Democrats can win in northern constituencies as people have been turned off Nicola Sturgeon, according to leader Willie Rennie.
Kieran Andrews, Political Correspondent
Campaigning in the general election will get back under way in full today after it was suspended following the Manchester Arena bombing.
Scottish politicians and civic leaders have paid tribute to the victims and families of a terrorist attack in Manchester last night.
Willie Rennie has rejected the notion that his party are 'inconsistent' after supporting a second referendum on Brexit but not Scottish independence.
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With the Liberal Democrats whimpering along in the polls, today's biggest focus will be on the party's manifesto launch and whether it can entice voters to back Tim Farron's vision.