A veteran MP has used parliamentary privilege to launch an outspoken attack on the business dealings of influential Rangers shareholder Mike Ashley.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has insisted Labour is not considering an election deal with the SNP as he appeared to reject Nicola Sturgeon's offer of votes at Westminster.
A JEWISH figurehead has sparked controversy by suggesting that legislation that would legalise assisted suicide is comparable to racist Nazi laws that paved the way for the Holocaust.
GEORGE Osborne has ruled out any immediate help for the beleaguered North Sea oil and gas industry but again dropped a large hint that tax cuts were in the pipeline for the March 18 Budget.
PLANS to end the automatic early release of dangerous criminals could be extended despite experts warning that current proposals are likely to increase danger to the public.
SCOTLAND'S new property tax could spark a housing market crash by squeezing sales of luxury homes, leading estate agents have warned.
ENERGY minister Fergus Ewing has come under renewed pressure to grant Scots communities greater safeguards against fracking.
ONE of Scotland's most prominent socialists has claimed that the rise of the far-left in Greece will spark a revival in his own party's fortunes in 2016.
A GROUP of doctors have spoken out in favour of legalising assisted suicide, as a series of other clinicians and religious leaders prepare to voice fears over the proposals to MSPs.
PUBLIC bodies risk alienating their communities by constantly using "gobbledygook" phrases that normal people do not understand, a MSP has said.
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RESEARCH shows that a majority of people in the UK support a mansion tax with the most fervent support in Scotland and Wales, where the least number of people would pay it.
David Cameron has reignited the issue of immigration in the election campaign saying the UK would be a "better, stronger" country if it accepted fewer migrants.
David Cameron has said there can be a deal on televised leaders' debates - as long they do not take place during the election campaign.