A community centre fears its services could bear the brunt of future council budget cuts.
Britain’s fiscal watchdog has confirmed it will publish a new outlook of the public finances on November 7 despite next week’s Budget being cancelled.
Residents are set to have their say on where Dundee City Council should make cutbacks as the authority aims to save £17.3 million next year.
Candice Brown has called on the Government to protect the “lifeline” of local pubs by cutting “astronomical” levels of beer tax.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has been dealt a pre-Budget blow as official figures showed the first September hike in Government borrowing for five years.
The new Scottish National Investment Bank is on track to open this time next year – despite the UK Government “stymieing” work to set up the new institution.
Ireland’s budget was dominated by preparations for Brexit.
The challenges faced by single parents will not be remedied by an extra 15 euro per week, it has been claimed.
The priority for Ireland’s budget must be sailing the nation through the “Brexit storm”, the opposition finance spokesman has said.
The Irish Government has insisted it stands ready to absorb the impact of a no-deal Brexit as it unveiled a budget with a 1.2 billion euro fund to help weather the storm.
Efforts to absorb the impact of a no-deal Brexit in Ireland have made striking a budget particularly challenging, the Irish Finance minister has said.
The Chancellor has hinted that he could announce a cut to inheritance tax in his Budget later this year.
The Chancellor is facing fresh calls to deliver Budget measures to ease the burden of business rates after new figures showed councils are sending bailiffs to 310 companies a day over arrears.
The war of words over Dundee City Council’s bid to balance its books has escalated with a leading union chief accusing the local authority of a “dereliction of duty”.
Cuts to school crossing patrollers, bigger classroom sizes, closure of leisure centres and libraries, and a reduction in roads and property maintenance.
Trade union leaders in Dundee have revealed they are in “intensive talks” with members about what action to take following last week’s city council budget meeting.
The true impact of the council’s budget cuts will be felt by a number of community organisations.
Dundee City Council will meet later today to make a final decision on how they propose to make £10.3 million of savings to balance the books.
The Liberal Democrats in Dundee say slashing spending on office furniture, travel allowances and consultancy fees could help prevent proposed cuts to public services.
Anti-cuts campaigners are swapping Cupid’s arrow for warning stanzas this Valentine’s Day.