A package of reforms to the United Kingdom could help persuade voters considering backing independence and the SNP to instead support the Liberal Democrats, Willie Rennie has said.
Young people are being promised extra help to find affordable housing in rural areas where second homes have caused serious problems for locals.
A solid turnout for the Liberal Democrats at May's Holyrood election could spur on a nationwide recovery for the party, a senior figure has said.
Urgent action with cross-party backing is needed to prevent violence against women and girls, the Scottish Liberal Democrats say.
Coronavirus and the prospect of a second independence referendum dominated exchanges in the first TV leaders’ debate of the Holyrood election campaign.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for a bailout for small breweries which have suffered as a result of pubs and bars being forced to close during lockdown.
Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has pledged to put recovery from coronavirus ahead of everything else after a “dreadful year” for Scots.
Delaying the age children start school till seven will help give youngsters a “flying start”, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has insisted.
Willie Rennie has said a message of “put the recovery first” will be at the heart of the Liberal Democrats’ election campaign.
Teachers should have a minimum starting salary of £30,000, with a further premium paid to those working in deprived communities, the Scottish Liberal Democrat leader has said.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats are looking to work with “like minds” to take support away from the cause of independence, Willie Rennie has said.
A quarter of Scots would support holding a second independence referendum in the next year, while 45% say it should not take place for the next few years, an opinion poll has found.
A majority of people in Scotland would vote to remain in the union in an independence referendum, according to two new polls.
Liberal Democrats have called for the age youngsters start formal schooling to be raised to seven in an “historic change” in Scotland’s education system.
There should be a guaranteed job in the classroom for every available teacher as part of plans to help education “bounce back” after the coronavirus pandemic, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has said.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie is to claim his party can gain seats in every part of the country in May’s Holyrood election – and could stop Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP winning the overall majority it needs to push for a second independence referendum.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said he believed his party can win new seats in May’s Holyrood election – as he urged activists to start campaigning safely as soon as coronavirus restrictions allow this.
The SNP could win a narrow majority of seats after the Scottish Parliament elections, a poll suggests.
More than 125,000 reports of flytipping were made to Scottish councils in the past two years.
A new documentary will focus on the “cruel beyond words” social media abuse the late politician Charles Kennedy faced towards the end of his life.
MSPs have voted to declare that Scotland is facing a mental health crisis, as charities called for a "radical new plan" to safeguard the emotional wellbeing of the nation in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Holyrood has voted to declare that Scotland is facing a “mental health crisis”, with opposition MSPs uniting to defeat the Government.
MSPs will vote on a reform of the SQA and the break up of Education Scotland on Wednesday with Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie calling for widespread reform of Scotland's education system.
A proposed extensive shake-up of the NHS in England could place more power in the hands of politicians and reduce the role of the private sector in the health service.
Team GB and ministers must boycott the Beijing winter Olympics in 2022 unless the Chinese government “ends the genocide” of the Uighur Muslims, the Liberal Democrats have said.
The SNP recorded a deficit of more than £318,000 last year after splashing out £1.4 million on Boris Johnson’s December snap election and the Shetland by-election.
The Liberal Democrats have announced the party's candidate for a north-east seat at next year's Scottish Parliament election.
Incoming Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will be a "great asset" to the party north of the border, Willie Rennie has said.
Westminster should follow Holyrood's lead in allowing elected representatives to vote remotely, Orkney MSP Liam McArthur has said.
Communications giant BT has been urged to "invest in the city" amid fears more than 100 jobs could go in Aberdeen.