The Scottish Government was last night facing a humiliating defeat over its plans to "effectively abolish" Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). Read More
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The Scottish Government has suffered a bruising defeat in its plans to scrap the Highlands and Islands Enterprise board.
Constant talk of a second independence referendum is damaging the Scottish economy, David Mundell has claimed.
Theresa May is steering the UK into a "Little Britain Brexit" that will hit jobs and pay, the SNP has said.
A think tank has accused the Scottish Government of presenting "selective" data in its Budget documents and has called for a review of the process.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has defended delays in setting up four new specialist NHS trauma centres across Scotland, saying it would have been "reckless" if she had not fully considered a suggestion that just two units were required.
A Holyrood committee plans to examine the feasibility of introducing a universal basic income.
Negotiations over Scotland remaining part of the European single market after Brexit are not dead, the External Affairs Secretary has insisted.
The Scottish Government has said it will "seek assurances" about the safety of flying highly-enriched uranium out of a Highland airport.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned Scotland is moving towards another independence referendum after it was confirmed the UK will quit Europe's single market.
Health Secretary Shona Robison will be hauled before MSPs today to explain the delay to Scotland's life-saving trauma network.
UK ministers will reject any bid to give Holyrood control over immigration, The Press and Journal can reveal.
HIE is nothing short of vital for the Highlands and Islands. It is vital for the economy: by supporting new and existing businesses and social enterprises.
The Highland economy is strong - but it could be stronger. The task for the Scottish Government is to drive growth in productivity and the economy. Not as an end in itself but so that we have job opportunities, career progression and a steady income.
The Scottish Government was last night facing a humiliating defeat over its plans to "effectively abolish" Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Brain surgeons at a major hospital are suffering "plummeting morale" from having to turn patients away due to a lack of beds, MSPs have heard.
Theresa May is threatening to turn the UK into an offshore "bargain basement" economy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned as he demanded more details on the Prime Minister's Brexit strategy.
David Davis has appeared to back allowing the Eurozone access to the City of London once Britain leaves the European Union.
The head of the British Medical Association (BMA) has written to Prime Minister Theresa May, accusing her of "playing down" the crisis in NHS hospitals.
Nicola Sturgeon has said a "different future" for Scotland is now more likely after Theresa May confirmed the UK will leave the European single market.
The Government has a plan for post-Brexit Britain which will not only secure a “good deal abroad” but also “a better deal for ordinary working people at home”, Theresa May has said.
Rumours of the death of the Church of Scotland are exaggerated. While the Kirk is unquestionably going through a difficult time, there are signs of new life. Interest in becoming a minister would appear to be growing.
Theresa May has warned fellow EU nations she is ready to walk away from Brexit talks rather than accept a "punitive" deal.
Ministers are expected to outline their views on the controversial transportation of radioactive material from a Highlands airport today.
Theresa May's plans to outline a hard Brexit have led to warnings of a possible second referendum on Scottish independence.
Theresa May will today pledge a clean break with the European Union, ruling out "half-in, half-out" or partial membership.
NHS Grampian funding could be chopped – amid growing concern over cancelled operations and staff recruitment
NHS Grampian faces the prospect of being short-changed by the Scottish Government again next year - despite growing concern about cancelled operations and staff recruitment.
The Scottish Parliament has become too predictable and lacks spontaneity and drama, former first minister Lord McConnell has said.
Scotland should be given more control over immigration decisions in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has faced calls from his own MPs to set out a clearer message on immigration after last week's widely-mocked relaunch of his leadership.
Last Wednesday saw the Scottish Parliament at its best as MSPs from across the chamber spoke in a members' debate on education.
MSPs have backed Scottish Government proposals aimed at keeping the country in the European single market.
Under-fire Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has pocketed an estimated £14.4 million from the sale of his education company as the NHS plunges into a full-blown crisis.