UK Labour Party leader says he is 'frustrated' over talks of a new Scottish independence referendum.
The SNP will go into next year's Holyrood election looking for a 'clear endorsement' for its referendum plans.
The Scottish Tories say £62bn in fiscal transfers have gone from Westminster to Holyrood since 2007.
The annual Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland report covers the last tax year up to March, when the pandemic hit.
Chief secretary to the Treasury Steve Barclay turned down a request for borrowing powers for Scotland.
Boris Johnson dismissed calls for indyref2 but Nicola Sturgeon criticised what she called his 'campaign visit' to Scotland.
Boris Johnson will arrive in Scotland on Thursday for the first time since December's general election.
The PM said there has been good co-operation between the four UK nations despite 'surface differences'.
Polling expert Professor John Curtice said 'never before' had public support for the union 'looked so weak'.
Ex-Holyrood justice secretary claims 'incompetence' of UK Government response to pandemic will further nationalists' cause.
Labour's only Scottish MP believes there could be a 're-calibration' of what the Scottish electorate deems important.
Ian Murray was recently appointed as Labour's shadow Scotland secretary.
The country may also have to rejoin the Common Fisheries Policy, a report has said.
Labour leadership contender Lisa Nandy has suggested the decision on whether to hold a second independence...
More than half of Scots would vote for independence - but they don't support a referendum this year.
MSPs voted by 64 to 54 for the principle of a referendum but Boris Johnson refuses to allow one.
The First Minister's spokesman said she remains 'committed' to holding a vote this year.
The shadow business secretary says independence would be for the people of Scotland to decide.
The MP retained his Edinburgh South seat with a majority of more than 11,000 in the December election.
The First Minister said there is 'growing cross-party recognition' the question of a second vote should not be decided at Westminster.