Oil slump outweighs Scotland's onshore economic growth
A slump in oil revenues has left Scotland with a large continuing deficit that has countered onshore economic gains.
New figures show the country spent £14.8bn more than it raised in taxes in the last financial year, including a share of North Sea revenues.
The report said the figure represents a 9.5% share of GDP, more than double the UK figure of 4%.
New figures have caused a new political row over independence and Brexit.
BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor reports.
24 Aug 2016