Krishnan Guru-Murthy chaired Channel 4's debate between the leaders of Scotland's five main political parties.
Anas Sarwar accused the SNP Government of 'taking their eye off the ball'.
A think tank says Scottish politicians are failing to level with voters on the scale of the challenges ahead.
The Scottish Lib Dem leader said Nicola Sturgeon has ‘lost control of the nationalist movement’.
The Kelpies in Falkirk was our latest stop as we seek the views of voters across Scotland.
Patrick Harvie pays visit to climate striker Dylan Hamilton and says 'it's time for a green recovery to secure our future'.
Emma Harper - standing in West Dumfries and Galloway - says 'we want the softest of borders' in an independent Scotland.
Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie says he does not fear losing votes to Alex Salmond’s new Alba Party.
Willie Rennie uses campaign stop to vow party will build 60,000 affordable homes including 40,000 for social rent.
Anas Sarwar sat down with STV News political editor Colin Mackay to outline the party’s message and vision for the country.
Sturgeon wants the country to capitalise on the 'huge increases' in the number of people cycling and walking.
Sarwar said he wants to ensure the SNP’s delayed pledge for 1140 hours of free childcare is delivered this year.
Last year the number of graduate jobs dropped by 12% with most employers anticipating a further decline this year, the ISE said.
The Scottish Conservative leader said Boris Johnson is focused on tackling the pandemic.
The former first minister will introduce Alba’s policies on Wednesday morning.
Patrick Harvie says changes to planning policies put forward by his party could provide a boost.
Nicola Sturgeon sat down with Colin Mackay to outline the party’s message ahead of May's election.
Douglas Ross said recovery would be crippled by another independence referendum at his party’s manifesto launch.
Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross said his party’s infrastructure plans would create ‘tens of thousands of jobs’.
The party has proposed a number of job-creating schemes ahead of May’s Scottish Parliament election.