The "Big Six" energy giants are under pressure to pass on every penny of fuel savings expected to be announced by ministers next week.
ENERGY firms are under pressure to cut bills by an average of £50 following an announcement of planned cuts to so-called 'green' taxes.
THE first-ever national summit on cyber-bullying was held at Holyrood yesterday as spokespersons of groups representing youngsters met with police, prosecutors and Government Ministers.
A UKIP politician at the centre of controversy over comments about immigration claimed she had been "caught in the crossfire" of Tory rows over the issue.
AN area's former police chief has been elected its new councillor after winning a by-election triggered by the resignation of Highland Council's youngest ever member.
A LABOUR peer has said he does not expect Ed Miliband to lead the party to an overall majority at the next general election, branding his election as leader "a considerable gift" to the coalition.
CAR tax discs are to be scrapped after more than 90 years and replaced with an electronic register for vehicle excise duty.
GLASGOW and the Clyde Valley have been given the green light to create a scheme where it can claw back tens of millions in tax from the Treasury for major infrastructure projects.
THERE was what we in the politics trade refer to as a mixed message during the ritual FMQs spat about expanding childcare and how to pay for it.