Chancellor Philip Hammond has insisted that Scotland “gets it share” of UK spending – but complained he gets “precious little thanks” from the SNP for it.
Ministers have been warned that a £1 billion funding deal for Scotland’s universities could have “damaging consequences” for the sector.
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.
The Scottish Parliament has formally approved the Government’s tax and spending plans for 2019-20 in the budget’s final vote at Holyrood.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard clashed with Nicola Sturgeon at First Minister’s Questions on funding for councils in the Scottish Government budget.
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 Scottish Government’s tax and spending plans for 2019-20 are to be formally approved by Holyrood on Thursday, thanks to a deal between SNP ministers and Green MSPs.
MSPs have passed the Scottish Government’s proposals on income tax rates for the coming financial year by 61 votes to 52.
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.
The cost of school meals in Dundee is set to increase as the council attempts to save money.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s goal of eliminating the budget deficit and balancing the books has “no credibility” and should be abandoned, MPs have said.
Dundee residents will be asked to fork out £35 a year to have their brown bins emptied.
Dundee council has unveiled a shake-up of parking charges across the city – with hikes in fees for many.
Dundee City Council has revealed more than £8 million worth of cuts from its 2019-20 budget – and plans to hike a series of costs including car parking.
Workers face being “thumped” by plans to allow councils across Scotland to introduce a tax if they park their car at their place of employment, the Tories have claimed.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has been accused of concealing knowledge from opposition parties about what funding was available during budget discussions.
Exemptions to a planned workplace parking levy could “quite possibly” be extended beyond the NHS to other parts of the public sector, the Scottish Government has said.
More than £50 million of cash in the Scottish Government’s Budget for the coming year will go unspent, it has emerged.