Labour has called for a recovery plan for the aviation industry, as Sir Keir Starmer visited Edinburgh Airport.
Voters are being repelled by the “harder, darker edge” to the Scottish Conservative campaign under new leader Douglas Ross, Willie Rennie has said.
Communities would be able to register interest in the reopening of railway stations under Scottish Conservative proposals, leader Douglas Ross has said.
Outgoing SNP MSP Alex Neil has urged his party to work with Alex Salmond’s Alba Party to achieve a “supermajority” of MSPs in Holyrood in support of independence.
Plans to scrap NHS dental charges in Scotland will begin with abolishing the fees for young people who have been in care, Nicola Sturgeon is due to confirm.
Labour’s economic recovery plans would lead to the creation of 170,000 jobs in Scotland, Anas Sarwar and Sir Keir Starmer have said.
Greens have said they want to work with ferry bosses at Calmac to set up new links between Scotland and Europe.
The Scottish Greens and Liberal Democrats have both pledged efforts to boost Scotland’s supply of renewable energy.
Pro-independence Labour candidates standing in the Welsh Parliament election should focus on Wales’s coronavirus recovery instead of calling for the country to exit the UK, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Labour leader Anas Sarwar has conceded he is “not yet” a candidate for first minister of Scotland.
Scottish Green co-leader Patrick Harvie described his party’s manifesto for the upcoming Holyrood election as a “comprehensive programme for government that will secure a green recovery and a vision for change”.
Nicola Sturgeon’s admission that her Government “took our eye off the ball” over drug deaths was an “astonishing shrug of the shoulders”, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
The new Scottish government must meaningfully engage with airports and airlines to ensure the aviation sector bounces back from the pandemic, the boss of Edinburgh Airport has warned.
Nicola Sturgeon would be waiting for “some time yet” to receive her coronavirus vaccine if Scotland had joined the EU’s inoculation scheme, Douglas Ross has said.
Tax changes such as the introduction of a new levy on Scotland’s millionaires are a crucial part of plans to build a “better and greener future”, Patrick Harvie has said.
Decreasing car travel by 20% in the next 10 years and creating a ministerial post to ensure a “just transition” have been put at the forefront of the SNP’s environmental proposals.
The Alba Party has said it will bring forward proposals to make sports facilities free for those aged under 18, if elected to Holyrood.
Scottish Labour has announced plans to pay television licence fees or help cover broadband bills for the over-75s.
The SNP will eliminate fees for learning a musical instrument in schools, Education Secretary John Swinney has announced.
Nicola Sturgeon is to lay out plans for wraparound childcare available all year round and free early years education to be extended to all one and two-year-olds.
Nicola Sturgeon made a direct appeal to Scots to re-elect her as First Minister – launching a strong attack on her Tory rival as she did so.
Care home residents are being “effectively barred” from voting in person in the UK’s local elections by guidance that requires them to self-isolate for 14 days after leaving the home, a care group has said.
The Tories are promising to make Scotland a “country fit for heroes” with a series of measures to help the country’s veterans.
Greens have outlined plans to establish a Scottish Centre for Peace as part of their Holyrood election manifesto.
A body representing doctors has urged parties to consider offering free gym memberships to young people in the most deprived areas to improve health and wellbeing.
The SNP have said they will invest £5 million in the foreign aid budget to help developing countries recover from Covid-19 if re-elected.
The Scottish Greens have said they will work to improve conditions for staff in the hospitality industry.
The SNP is pledging to scrap charges for practical lessons in schools, and help for poorer children with the cost of class trips.
Alex Salmond has said the SNP are showing a “lack of urgency” over Scottish independence.
The Scottish Greens have pledged to scrap homework for primary school pupils.