Like many of you, I will be raising a dram this evening to celebrate Burns Night.
A row has erupted between the UK and Scottish Government over funding for the arts in the north-east.
Health bosses have admitted there is an "increased likelihood" of the deadly coronavirus coming to the UK.
Boris Johnson was branded a "desperate liar" yesterday after he took aim at the SNP's record on education.
Donald Trump has warned of "retaliatory tariffs" if the UK goes ahead with a plan to tax internet giants like Facebook and Google, raising fears in the whisky industry.
In the days leading up to last year's general election the Westminster gossip mill spewed out a story that, while silly, was very telling.
Ministers have been accused of endangering the livelihoods of Scotland's farmers by "failing to plan ahead" for Brexit.
UK ministers have been urged to act after it emerged the US was considering another hike in whisky tariffs.
Downing Street is to hold a light display to mark Britain's exit from the European Union on January 31.
A Labour leadership candidate has suggested the UK should avoid a trade deal with the US if Donald Trump fails on commitments to tackle the climate crisis.
A north-east MP has been asked to play a role at the Department for International Trade.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "holding Scotland hostage" after rejecting Nicola Sturgeon's demands for a second independence referendum.
Donald Trump is waiting "pen in hand, to sign a trade deal" with the UK, according to Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
Five Labour MPs will battle it out over the next 12 weeks to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the party.
Island MPs call on Westminster to publish detail of growth deal for Orkney, Shetland and Western Isles
Island MPs have demanded more urgency from Westminster over the delivery of a growth deal for Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles.
‘No place for politics’: Safety campaigners tell politicians they will accept disruption to see north-east danger junction improved
Safety campaigners have said there is no "no place for politics" as efforts to tackle a notorious accident blackspot progress.
MPs have called on the UK Government to intervene after Scottish ministers admitted that the roll-out of superfast broadband would be delayed by several years.
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal sailed through the Commons last night, making Britain's departure from the European Union on January 31 now all but inevitable.
Mike Russell has warned senior UK ministers not to deny the Scottish Government's request to hold a second independence referendum.
Former First Minister Jack McConnell has backed Lisa Nandy to take charge of the Labour Party as he accused some of the candidates of "effectively giving up" on winning back Scotland.
Boris Johnson claims Iranian general killed in US drone strike had ‘blood of British troops on his hands’
Boris Johnson has backed the US decision to kill senior Iranian commander Qassem Suleimani in a missile strike, telling MPs that the general had "the blood of British troops on his hands".
Scottish secretary Alister Jack has confirmed he is in discussions with the Treasury about a bespoke growth deal for Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack says it would be ‘completely wrong’ to hand Holyrood referendum powers
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has said it would be "completely wrong" to devolve referendum powers to Holyrood.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was given the thumbs down by MSPs yesterday, as the Scottish Parliament voted overwhelmingly to refuse consent for key exit legislation.
Jeremy Corbyn will step down as Labour leader at the beginning of April, the party's governing body has announced.
Boris Johnson has urged Donald Trump not to bomb cultural sites in Iran as the fallout from the US assassination of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's most senior general continued.
Never before seen documents have revealed a row between the UK Government and Dunblane Primary over the demolition of the school gym in which the 1996 massacre took place.
Brits abroad have dialled into the Foreign Office with some bizarre and hilarious requests over the last year.
A 13-point action plan to regenerate Scotland's islands has been unveiled.
Concern has been raised after a surge in reports of Scots dog owners harming their pets.
A flagship government scheme to get people into work has been criticised after official figures revealed just 4.1 per cent of those who entered the process were still in work after 26 weeks.
Britain now looks ready to leave the European Union on January 31 after Boris Johnson's Brexit deal cleared the Commons yesterday.