Rishi Sunak is tinkering around the edges for the poorest families, while delivering £4bn tax cuts for bankers.
This crucial election will be Scotland’s choice of two different futures. Every vote counts, so let’s stand up and be counted.
Boris Johnson is a pompous, offensive, crass, and dangerous character. Even worse than he himself, is him with the addition of his hard-right Cabinet.
The SNP are calling on the Chancellor to use his budget to deliver a major and long-overdue boost to people’s incomes – after a decade of failed Tory austerity cuts that have left the whole country poorer and worse off.
Theresa May’s policy record is shameful. She presides over a parliament where she can’t even get the support of her own backbenchers, never mind the UK as a whole.
Just when you thought the UK Government’s shambolic Brexit negotiations couldn’t get any worse, we had the embarrassing spectacle of the EU summit in Salzburg.
This week marks a decade since the financial crisis of 2008, where UK taxpayers were forced to pay billions to bail out the banks.
Mhairi Black MP on the SNP’s plans to ensure every secondary school has a counselling service.
As MPs head back to Westminster for the start of the new parliamentary year, the coming weeks and months will be a real test of credibility for Tory and Labour politicians in Scotland.
The UK government must immediately rule out a no deal Brexit, and the Tories and Labour must finally get behind our compromise plan to remain in the single market and customs union.
Boris Johnson is no stranger to controversy. But last week, his remarks about Muslim women and their clothing were the height of bigotry and utterly inexcusable.
With each week that goes by the Prime Minister’s authority is increasingly ebbing away
Theresa May was forced to accept extreme Brexit amendments from her right-wing backbenchers, to prevent a vote of no confidence in her leadership.
Some people still try to defend Donald Trump and his deeply unwelcome visit. What his supporters usually say is: “It is important to respect the office of the president.” The answer to that is: “We will – when he starts to.”
Theresa May’s Cabinet Chequers lockdown was more fudge than a step forward. With their phones confiscated and threat of a taxi back home instead of a ministerial car, the day resembled a scene out of The Thick of It.
When it comes to immigration, Donald Trump and Theresa May have a lot in common.
This week the Tories pressed ahead with their attack on Scottish devolution – railroading through a bill that grab powers from the Scottish Parliament and keeps them at Westminster.
Make no mistake, Davidson and her pals may tour the TV studios telling people the Tories are progressive but it doesn’t resemble reality.
We are a small country brimful of talent and resources and with the knowledge that small nations can be the most successful.
What is the point of the Scottish Conservatives? Time and again, they have shown themselves to be utterly incapable of standing up for Scotland and our national interests.
Prime Minister’s Questions is that moment every week when Theresa May looks increasingly like someone caught in the headlights. Four of my colleagues added to her misery last week.
If you want to see your favourite band – get on the internet, book it and pay for it. But anyone who has tried to book tickets recently will know that is not always how it happens.
The Tories’ treatment of the Windrush generation is a disgrace.
Back in 2015, David Cameron brought forward a debate on military action against ISIS in Syria, following the abhorrent terrorist attacks in Paris.