Cross-party action is needed to tackle Scotland’s drugs “emergency” and reduce the shocking level of drug-related deaths, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Sick days taken by prison workers have increased by almost 50,000 in the last four years, sparking accusations that the Scottish Government is failing staff who are “struggling almost to breaking point”.
Scottish Tories should try to block Boris Johnson’s tax plans which could mean that Scots earning £80,000 a year pay almost £8,000 more than their counterparts in the rest of the UK, according to Economy Secretary Derek Mackay.
A new department should be created to help businesses sell online as part of a new economic model to boost skills and growth, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
The number of disabled people on housing waiting lists has risen by almost 80% in the last two years, new research suggests.
Ruth Davidson has made her pitch to be Scotland’s next first minister, pledging to bring about a “blue-collar revolution” that would get the country “on the right track”.
Ruth Davidson has made her pitch to be Scotland’s next first minister – pledging to bring about a “blue collar revolution” that would get the country “on the right track”.
Michael Gove has issued a renewed plea for MPs to back Theresa May’s deal, claiming the Tories’ local election losses were because the party has “not yet delivered Brexit”.
Ruth Davidson will insist Scotland does not need independence to thrive as she sets out her positive vision for the country’s future.
Theresa May has accused the Scottish First Minister of using Brexit for “one thing and one thing only” – to press her “obsession” with independence.
Sajid Javid has launched a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn, claiming the Labour leader would “rig our precious democracy” if he got into power.
The Scottish Government has “neglected and taken for granted” rural Scotland, UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has claimed.
A Tory MP has accused the SNP of slashing council budgets in north-east Scotland in retaliation for the region electing Conservatives to Holyrood and Westminster.
Ruth Davidson has said her return to politics after maternity leave will “fire the starting gun” for the 2021 Holyrood elections.
Theresa May is set to announce support for an underwater engineering base in Aberdeen to boost the oil and gas industries.
Details of a complaint made about a Conservative MSP were leaked to the media while Holyrood’s Standards Committee was still investigating the incident, its convener has said.
The next prime minister should continue to say no to another referendum on independence, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson said she has “plenty to aim at” when she returns to work this week, amid a reignited independence debate and Brexit stalemate.
Interim Scottish Tory leader on Ross Thomson ‘sexual touching’ claims: ‘His behaviour is completely unacceptable’
The interim leader of the Scottish Conservatives today called Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson’s alleged behaviour “completely unacceptable”.
A north-east councillor has been suspended by the Tories over non-payment of council tax – but insists he is only defying the system to highlight a mystery legal campaign.
A speech by the Prime Minister is set to be delayed by a day after weather disruption.
A North-east politician is among a string of MSPs facing a backlash over their second jobs.
Ryan Edwards is the second councillor to resign in the last two weeks with the opposition now saying there is a "clear division" amongst the leading group.
More should be done to recruit GPs to rural areas, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
The Scottish Conservatives have hailed a by-election victory which saw them take almost 50% of votes.
A housing development in Aberdeenshire has led the way in demonstrating the right approach to building homes across Scotland, a senior politician was to say today.
The Scottish Conservatives have said they will campaign to get a "fairer deal" for Aberdeen, if elected next month.
New figures today revealed Aberdeen has the second highest bill in Scotland for repairing vandalism in its schools.