North-east Tories have dismissed talk about Theresa May’s future as prime minister as “unnecessary speculation”.
Lord Bruce of Bennachie describes himself as a monarchist, although insists he is not a royalist.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent
More than £125million was lost at fixed-odds betting terminals across the north and north-east between 2008 and 2016, according to new figures.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier expressed concern that “time passes quickly” as round three of Brexit talks began in Brussels yesterday.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has blamed “quite serious deterioration” in Scottish education standards for the SNP’s “decline”.
There is not really any such thing as a typical day for Gary Carroll.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has described feeling a “sense of duty” to make the case against a hard Brexit, claiming the UK is “crying out for leadership of a moderate kind”.
International Development Secretary Priti Patel has announced a funding boost for a Scottish mine clearance charity.
Wildlife charity RSPB has fitted a record number of hen harrier chicks with satellite tags in the UK this year as the fight against their decline continues.
The UK and Scottish governments will today continue Brexit talks in Edinburgh.
More than 16,000 scheduled ambulance journeys were cancelled across Scotland in the last year amid rising demand and staff and resource shortages, according to new figures.
When the recent oil price crash hit the north-east, thousands of Scots were suddenly left without work.
More than 1,500 planned operations were cancelled at the last minute by hospitals across the north and north-east in the past year because of capacity issues or non-clinical reasons, according to new figures.
The SNP has accused the UK Government of selling Scottish universities short having previously pumped in money “for PR purposes to save the union”.
It’s not the kind of news anyone wants to wake up to – energy price rises.
Concerns have been raised that a proposal to deliver faster internet access to rural areas could push up average broadband bills.
Michael Gove has warned America it can’t “simply walk out of the room when the heat is on”, saying he “deeply regrets” Donald Trump’s approach to the Paris climate change agreement.
Farmers will have to earn subsidies after Brexit by agreeing to protect the environment, Michael Gove has said.
It’s 394 days since Scotland voted Remain by 62% to 38% while the UK-wide poll ensured our country was dragged out of the EU.
Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil urged people to “treat others as you would like to be treated”, as his bill to improve the rights of refugees was presented in the Commons yesterday.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has implored Theresa May to “shake the magic money tree” for women affected by accelerated increases to their state pension age.
An influential group of peers is calling on the UK Government to “raise its game” in consulting the devolved administrations on Brexit.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged Scottish ministers to follow the UK Government’s lead in clamping down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
Scottish MPs have urged the UK Government to reassure farmers that maintaining existing livestock standards is a priority as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
A row has erupted after the SNP questioned the UK Government's commitment to engaging with the EU on the future of farm subsidy payments post-Brexit.
An Aberdeenshire midwife who volunteered in Malawi delivering family planning advice and sex education today highlighted the barriers facing young women there.
The Houses of Parliament are being lit up in rainbow colours for the first time this weekend to mark Pride in London.
Food and farming minister George Eustice has acknowledged there are no guarantees over the future of valuable legal protection for famous Scottish produce such as Orkney cheddar and Stornoway black pudding after Brexit.
Labour has warned that plans to close dozens of job centres, including in Aberdeen, will hit the poorest and most vulnerable in society.
Complaints by Police Scotland officers against their own force have doubled for the second year in a row, new figures showed.
Theresa May launched a fierce attack on the Scottish Government yesterday as new Tory Andrew Bowie accused the SNP of "failing rural Scotland".