Deputy first minister John Swinney has been threatened with a vote of no confidence over his refusal to publish the Scottish Government's legal advice in relation to Alex Salmond’s judicial review.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been urged to give the whisky industry a boost and slash spirits duty in his Budget next week.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross has blasted his Labour rivals for being “half-hearted” on the key issue of the constitution, as he insisted only his party can stop the SNP from having a “Covid referendum”.
Douglas Ross says the SNP civil war over Alex Salmond is "running out of control" and risks trashing the international reputation of Scotland.
Support for Scottish independence has slipped by 4% since last November, a new poll suggests, but the Yes side holds the lead for the 22nd straight survey.
The pandemic has made transparency around public spending more difficult as governments work to rebuild the economy, Scotland’s auditor general has said.
The Scottish Government is to adopt a very cautious approach when it lays out a road map to easing lockdown restrictions next week, as the Scottish Conservatives say they want to see "clarity and hope."
The Scottish Government must provide clarity and certainty to Scots in its updated road map for easing coronavirus restrictions, the Conservatives have said.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of misleading the public on coronavirus vaccinations, as the Tories insisted a key target had been missed.
'Serious thought' must be given to introducing border checks to stop travellers entering Scotland by landing elsewhere in the UK, Jean Freeman has warned, amid confusion just days before new quarantine rules come into force.
The Scottish Government should form a “catch-up plan” to address the disruption to schooling caused by the pandemic, Conservative leader Douglas Ross has said.
Ruth Davidson has sparked a Tory feud after blocking former Gordon MP Colin Clark from returning to front line politics.
The Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross has challenged Nicola Sturgeon to a debate this month on her plans for a second independence referendum.
The Scottish Government has been accused of making more than £400 million in “under the radar” cuts in its draft Budget.
The Scottish Government’s latest Budget will be the “most important in the history of devolution”, Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has said.
The Scottish Government has continued to defend the speed of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
The Scottish Government should focus on the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine instead of independence, the Scottish Tories will say in a Holyrood debate.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would be "satisfied" with Scotland having the slowest vaccine roll-out rate as long as the final, self-determined government targets are met.
Boris Johnson's aides have dismissed SNP plans to bypass Westminster and hold a second independence poll, saying such a move would go "beyond the powers" given to Nicola Sturgeon by the devolution settlement.
Although generally on holiday this week, I did two evening shifts – one on Tuesday and the other on Wednesday – where I was travelling between Banchory and Garlogie as Douglas Ross MP was starting his session on Facebook Live.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has said there are similarities between his job and officiating at football matches – saying he receives an “awful lot of flak” in both roles.
Scottish seafood exporters are being "let down" by Whitehall, a senior Tory has claimed after weeks of border chaos.
It is disappointing that, three weeks into the new year, Scottish fishing businesses are still struggling to export their products to the EU.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross invited the public to grill him live on Facebook this evening and ended up answering a number of unexpected questions.
Anas Sarwar and Monica Lennon have both ruled out joining a "unionist coalition" after Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross said he is willing to work with other parties to take on the SNP.
A leading fact checking expert has warned disinformation campaigns could pose a "real threat" to future votes in Scotland after the SNP launched a "national information service" as part of its new independence taskforce.
Boris Johnson is under pressure to increase benefit payments, after MPs backed plans to make the £20-a-week uplift in universal credit permanent.
The SNP has announced the creation of a taskforce to support its campaign for Scottish independence but faced criticism from opposition parties for not focusing on the coronavirus pandemic.
Boris Johnson's promise to "compensate" the Scottish seafood sector, which has been battered by border delays, has been thrown into doubt by the Environment Secretary.
The news at the start of the week that mainland Scotland was going into a second lockdown was difficult to hear.