JIM Murphy has confirmed he will stand in the General Election in his East Renfrewshire constituency.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls is to reject First Minister Nicola Surgeon's call to change his party's economic plans and announce an extra £180billion in public spending during a visit to Scotland.
An "independent commission" has been convened by the Conservative Party to examine how to use Scotland's new tax powers to attract entrepreneurial talent.
Labour has pledged to spend an extra £125 million and bring in new laws in a bid to end the "scandal" of children from deprived areas being "let down" by the education system.
Nicola Sturgeon has criticised the Prime Minister after he claimed an alliance between the SNP and Labour would be the "'ultimate nightmare scenario'' for Britain after the general election.