A senior Labour politician has provoked fury by promising to tax London bankers to fund jobs and training in Scotland.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy pledged the money would bankroll a £1bn 'Scottish jobs guarantee.'
Mr Murphy had already promised to use the proceeds of Labour's mansion tax to pay for 1,000 nurses in Scottish hospitals.
In a speech in the City of London he said Labour's proposed tax on bankers' bonuses would guarantee a job or training for 'every single young Scot.'
Mr Murphy's latest promise to Scottish voters was condemned by business leaders in London.