Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has vowed to make speedier broadband connections one of his top priorities at Westminster.
Scotland’s police and fire services could become exempt from paying VAT after the prime minister announced the Treasury was considering the matter.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said politicians should be “ashamed” that they did not act on harassment before now as fresh allegations rocked Holyrood.
Nicola Sturgeon has said agreement on Brexit is a step closer after meeting the prime minister at Downing Street.
SNP budget demands are merely “manufacturing grievance”, according to a north-east MSP.
Single market membership is at the top of the list of Budget demands for rural Scotland, it was claimed yesterday.
A second independence referendum is inevitable if the UK Government does not take Scotland’s needs into account over Brexit, an SNP MP has suggested at Westminster.
A call by the SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, for parties to join forces over the loss of £160m farm payments has been rebuffed by the Scottish Conservatives.
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The Liberal Democrats recently unveiled research by the London School of Economics which shows the Scottish economy will be hit to the tune of £30bn should Theresa May take us out of the EU without a trade deal in March 2019.
A north MP has urged the new secretary of state for defence to look again at the decision to axe Fort George.
Prime Minister Theresa May joined leaders of Labour and the SNP yesterday in paying her respects to late Aberdeen MP Frank Doran during PMQS.
The prime minister was warned three times about the sexual abuse scandal now boiling over at Westminster, it was claimed yesterday.
More than 5,000 motorists have been caught out by average speed cameras on the north-east’s busiest road in the last year.
Former Aberdeen MP Frank Doran has died aged 68 following a long illness just two years after stepping down from politics.
Nearly one-in-three disability welfare claims were rejected in Aberdeen in the last year, social security minister Jeanne Freeman has revealed.
A former referee has defended Douglas Ross, the Moray MP forced to abandon his hopes of officiating at the World Cup after an outcry about his absences from parliament.
A fresh campaign to save much-loved north-east soft drink the Moray Cup has been backed by Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid.
New LSE figures showing Scotland is set to lose £30billion in the event of a no deal Brexit show leaving the EU would be a betrayal of the UK, Lord Bruce of Bennachie has told the House of Lords.
Two north peers have claimed thousands of pounds in expenses over the last year - despite not even speaking in the House of Lords once.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has told opponents of Brexit to stop bandying about “damning figures” such as an analysis that Aberdeen will be worst hit by the divorce from Brussels.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead has called for a crack down on what he says are exploitative delivery companies fleecing customers in the run-up to Christmas.
Leaving the EU without a deal would cost northern Scotland an extra £7.45billion over a “soft” Brexit, fresh analysis from the London School of Economics shows.
Theresa May has told EU leaders 20billion euros is not her final offer on the UK’s Brexit divorce payment - and Whitehall sources expect her to double this amount.
A no deal Brexit should be avoided for the good of the Aberdeen economy, First Secretary of State Damian Green has told the Press and Journal.
Theresa May has promised EU citizens she will make it “as easy as possible” for them to obtain settled status in the UK after Brexit.
Absent Moray MP Douglas Ross was shown a red card at prime minister’s questions for officiating at a football match instead of attending a welfare debate.
A Western Isles girl, who has been denied a passport, should have one by the end of the week, after her plight was raised in Westminster by Angus MacNeil MP.
Pressure is growing on the Home Office to make progress with former MP Eilidh Whiteford’s bill to tackle violence against women.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has been criticised for missing a welfare debate to referee a Champions League match.
Scottish and Welsh ministers have put pressure on David Davis, telling him a no-deal Brexit would be “completely and utterly unacceptable” ahead of an eleventh-hour dinner with EU bosses in Brussels.
SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon, insisted a second independence referendum was “not dependent” on Brexit at the party’s conference in Glasgow yesterday.
Creaking tourist facilities are being thrown a £6million lifeline to help ease the pressure on increasingly-popular Highland hotspots.