BBC News - Scotland Greens want tax system changes before backing Scottish budget 2017-01-22T00:00:08.000000Z Green MSPs have tell the finance secretary he will need to make changes to income tax in Scotland if he wants them to help get his budget passed. Saudi funeral for Glasgow couple killed in crash 2017-01-22T00:00:04.000000Z The funeral is to be held later for a Glasgow couple who died in minibus crash in Saudi Arabia. Glasgow Warriors: Gregor Townsend hails 'seminal weekend' for Scottish rugby 2017-01-21T21:21:01.000000Z Gregor Townsend hails a "seminal weekend" for Scottish rugby as his Glasgow side earn a first European Champions Cup quarter-final. Scottish Cup: Hibs boss Neil Lennon pleased with start to trophy defence 2017-01-21T20:10:10.000000Z Manager Neil Lennon praises Hibernian's professional approach as the Scottish Cup holders thump eight goals past Bonnyrigg Rose. European Rugby Champions Cup: Leicester Tigers 0-43 Glasgow Warriors 2017-01-21T19:20:10.000000Z Glasgow score six tries to inflict a record European defeat on Leicester and reach their first Champions Cup quarter-final. Trump protesters gather at Edinburgh's US consulate 2017-01-21T15:25:25.000000Z At least 2,000 people gather outside the US consulate in Edinburgh to show their opposition to President Trump. Large Edinburgh protest against US President Donald Trump 2017-01-21T15:24:38.000000Z At least 2,000 people gather outside the US consulate in Edinburgh to show their opposition to President Trump. Australian Open: Andy Murray and Dan Evans in last-16 action on Sunday 2017-01-21T14:31:16.000000Z Great Britain's Andy Murray and Dan Evans will both be playing in the last 16 of the Australian Open on Sunday. Andy Murray ready for serve-volley test against Mischa Zverev 2017-01-21T11:56:35.000000Z BBC Scotland's Kheredine Idessane looks ahead to Andy Murray's Australian Open fourth round match against against Mischa Zverev. UK immigration limit 'could seriously harm Scotland' 2017-01-21T11:50:03.000000Z Any moves by the UK government to limit immigration could "seriously harm" Scotland's economy, a Holyrood minister warns.