Ruth Davidson said she was in favour of charging students ‘just over £1,500 a year’ for their university education
The south east is to receive £167 per head on new flood defence and coastal erosion schemes, the figures show
'Having moved back to Edinburgh as the paper’s Scotland editor, I see kids doing the same paper round I once did'
SNP leader suggests she could raise the top rate of tax for people earning more than £150,000 a year after pressure from her political opponents
SNP leader says raising top rate of tax from 45p to 50p in Scotland would 'risk millions of pounds of revenues a year'
Scotland Secretary to warn voters to be 'very wary' of campaigners who play down the risks of the UK going it alone
IFS report suggests First Minister would be powerless to stop any reduction in Scotland’s annual grant from the UK Treasury brought about by tax cuts elsewhere
'This pledge will set simple fiscal principles for our parliament’s new financial powers'
With its congregation dwindling to around 12, the Christian denomination has had to rethink its strategy
Exclusive: Agency deleted reference to client after challenge from human rights group
SNP leader says decision to raise threshold at which workers start paying 40p income tax rate to £45,000 was 'wrong'
Show was impressive but meant her voice was only really allowed to shine during the more pared-back ballads
The SNP has committed to halving the rate of air passenger duty from April 2018 with a view to abolishing it altogether
The Scottish First Minister was speaking at the SNP's spring conference in Glasgow
First Minister will accuse Labour and the Lib Dems of engaging in 'competition over who can tax ordinary people the most'
Concerns have already been raised about the dangers of clogging up the Highlands’ answer to Route 66 with traffic