A Treasury minister has accused the Scottish Government of deliberately ignoring the financial support it has received amid demands for more money to be released.
Scottish Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has told the UK Chancellor it is “imperative” he release cash totalling more than £21 billion that was set aside to deal with Covid-19 in the next financial year.
Britain’s rail infrastructure budget has been cut by £1 billion following the Chancellor’s Spending Review.
The lowest paid and savers could lose out in the Government Spending Review this week, according to reports.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce a £500 million package to support mental health services as part of measures to recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Nicola Sturgeon has told the Prime Minister she expects him to stick to his word and provide Scotland with furlough cash if the country has to go into lockdown later than England.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his latest package of support to help workers and businesses suffering due to the economic impact of coronavirus.
The Government has confirmed it is scrapping a planned multi-year spending review, and instead holding a one-year review at the end of November.
Key among the new announcements unveiled by Rishi Sunak in his winter crisis plan is the creation of the new job support scheme as a successor to furlough.
Rishi Sunak has unveiled his emergency job protection plan amid new Covid-19 restrictions, including the creation of a new job support scheme.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak rules out extra Treasury cash for Aberdeen to ease the blow of return to lockdown
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has indicated the Treasury will not provide extra cash for Aberdeen to help the city with the reintroduction of lockdown restrictions.
An Aberdeen MP has called on government ministers to deny financial support to individuals and firms based in “tax havens” during the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen MSP today called on the UK Government to take urgent action to provide financial support for those who are self-employed.
SNP deputy Westminster leader and spokesperson on the economy Kirsty Blackman said the threat from a no-deal “cannot be under-estimated”.
UK Music has called on Chancellor Philip Hammond to order an “urgent review” into music education in state schools.
The Chancellor's National Insurance hike is a kick in the teeth for oil and gas contractors, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.