Election 2015: Parties clash over taxation and spending
Labour has claimed that pensioners would lose out under SNP plans for Holyrood to control taxation and spending in Scotland.
Party leader Ed Miliband said there would be a black hole in Scotland's budget. In response, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon accused Labour of desperation and smear tactics.
The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats said the SNP was trying to enact a form of independence by the back door.
BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor reports.
10 Apr 2015
- From the section Election 2015 Scotland