UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has declared he is “invincibly” confident Britain will be negotiating as an independent coastal state by the end of 2020 - despite talk of extending the Brexit transition period.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will today tell Nicola Sturgeon to “open her ears” and “hear what Scotland is actually saying” about Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Ousted north-east MP Stuart Donaldson today vowed to return to politics in the future, declaring: "It's in my blood".
Lord Bruce of Bennachie describes himself as a monarchist, although insists he is not a royalist.
Concerns have been raised that a proposal to deliver faster internet access to rural areas could push up average broadband bills.
‘If you can fill the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds’ worth of distance, run…”
Theresa May has come under renewed pressure to guarantee the rights of EU citizens based in the UK after figures revealed nearly 200 work at the Westminster Parliament.
Theresa May has survived the night and she now cannot be challenged by her own MPs for a year, but her woes are far from over.
Peers have raised concerns the UK Government has advised airlines to put disclaimers on tickets dated after Brexit Day to protect against compensation claims.
Chancellor Philip Hammond declared “austerity is finally coming to an end” last night, as he unveiled a Budget for “the strivers, the grafters and the carers”.
The SNP has accused the UK Government of investing in "the energy of the past" after plans for a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point gained the green light.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said the UK will not be bound by the EU Common Fisheries Policy beyond the end of 2020 “regardless of what else happens”.
A charity that supports homeless Scots in London has been turned down for Scottish Government funding for the second year running.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced an additional £1billion for defence spending in the Budget.
Train fares will go up by an average of 2.3% next year, prompting claims passengers are being priced off the railways.
The UK’s public spending watchdog has branded the Ministry of Defence’s plan for buying new equipment “unaffordable”, with a £7 billion shortfall identified over the next ten years.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
Holyrood's approval would be required if the UK Parliament tried to change its powers in the way Brexit will, the Supreme Court has heard.
Labour leadership contender Owen Smith will today pledge the "biggest boost to living standards for a generation" if he becomes prime minister.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement is the proposed divorce deal between the UK and EU.
Widening tax gap could see higher-earners declaring their income south of the border, Sturgeon warned
Nicola Sturgeon has been warned the widening tax gap between Scotland and the rest of the UK risks higher-earners declaring their income south of the border.
Jeremy Corbyn's man in Scotland has weighed into Labour's civil war by mocking claims from the party's deputy leader that it is being infiltrated by Trotskyists.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has pledged the UK will leave the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) in 2020 no matter what and promised to fight any effort by the EU to grab greater fishing rights.
Theresa May lives to fight another day after seeing off an attempt by her own MPs to oust her as leader of the Conservative party.
Aberdeen is forecast to be one of the fastest growing UK city economies in the three months after Brexit Day, according to new analysis.
"Oh dear, oh dear, OMG, oh dear, oh dear, need to go rest in a darkened room," David Cameron read from his file of papers at the Commons Despatch Box.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright last night promised that those who lost their lives in World War I would always be remembered both in parliament and across the country.
Theresa May last night vowed to do everything possible in the next “crucial 72 hours” to deliver her Brexit plans after negotiators secured a breakthrough on the UK-EU future relationship declaration.
Farmers and producers will have to foot the bill for additional paperwork required to export animal products to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May will today ask the small business community about their views on the UK's negotiations to exit the European Union.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has insisted carbon capture and storage will play an "important" role in the future - less than three weeks after the UK Government pulled £1billion of funding.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent