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 is today poised for a head-to-head with Nicola Sturgeon amid escalating tensions with the Scottish Government over her Brexit divorce deal.
A defiant Theresa May vowed last night to see the Brexit process through - despite an emerging plot for her to be ousted and a string of ministerial resignations.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted he will not be “bounced into resigning” by “carpetbagger” Cabinet colleagues after a string of ministers quit in protest at Theresa May’s deal.
As Theresa May began her press conference last night, lobby journalists looked at each other in surprise.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement is the proposed divorce deal between the UK and EU.
Brexiteer Ross Thomson will not send in a letter demanding a vote of no confidence in the prime minister - but said he would find it difficult to back her should the occasion arise.
Scottish Conservatives led by David Mundell have warned Theresa May they cannot support a Brexit deal that fails to restore “complete control and full sovereignty” over UK fishing waters.
SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford has complained Gibraltar was briefed on the Brexit divorce deal before the devolved administrations – accusing the prime minister of “disrespect in the extreme”.
Theresa May declared last night she believes in the Brexit divorce deal with her “head and heart” as cabinet signed off on the near 600-page plans after an historic five-hour emergency meeting.
Pro-Brexit sentiment in the north-east is dwindling with a majority now in favour of a referendum on the outcome of negotiations with the EU, a new report has claimed.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
Senior MPs have accused the UK Government of a “cavalier” attitude to veterinary capacity in the event of a no-deal Brexit and warned animal exporters’ costs must not increase.
Businesses are being urged to make use of the UK Government’s £67 million gigabit broadband voucher scheme before it closes, such is the high demand.
Brexit judgment day is fast approaching.
Aberdeen is forecast to be one of the fastest growing UK city economies in the three months after Brexit Day, according to new analysis.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
A north MP wants to find out more about the unknown number of mothers and children who died in an explosion while aboard a Royal Navy cruiser in the Cromarty Firth in 1915.
The ambition of the wave and tidal industry is not being matched by the UK Government, a former Scottish secretary has warned.
Top lawyer Gemma White QC has been appointed to lead a new inquiry into the working conditions of MPs’ staff after Dame Laura Cox’s report found a culture of bullying.
A prominent Labour MP has accused the UK Government of marching carbon capture and storage backers “up to the top of the hill” only to march them “back down again” in the past.
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.
Jobs in energy intensive industries like the oil and gas sector will disappear from the UK unless technologies such as carbon capture and storage are taken forward, a leading expert has warned.
MPs have called on ministers to provide EU citizens living in the UK with a “complete answer” amid confusion over their post-Brexit future.
A senior UK Government minister has apologised to those who have come forward amid the Commons harassment scandal, vowing not to stop until she rids Westminster of its “dark side”.
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.
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”.
The SNP has rounded on Tory MP Andrew Bowie after he said he was “sad” Scotland has two governments.
Peers have raised concerns the UK Government has advised airlines to put disclaimers on tickets dated after Brexit Day to protect against compensation claims.
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.
UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has suggested “forces” in the Holyrood government are playing politics with plans to support farmers post-Brexit.
Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has accused the UK Government of being intent on stopping direct support payments to farmers “just as quickly as they can get away with it”.