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The seismic forces of Brexit erupted at Westminster yesterday when three Tory MPs broke away from the party and condemned the prime minister's approach to leaving the European Union.
The Scottish Government has been accused of "wasting" £10 million of cash earmarked for Brexit preparations.
Local councils have been accused of wasting millions of pounds of taxpayers' money on in-house care while starving private homes of cash.
Theresa May has held meetings with leading Tory Remainers amid speculation that there could be further defections to the Pro-EU "Independent Group".
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday pledged to investigate the 100-mile ambulance journey of a mother-to-be who gave birth to her premature twin boys 52 miles apart.
The Scottish Government’s budget was officially passed last night - meaning an increase in income tax paid for Scottish higher earners compared with the rest of the UK.
Every Scottish Conservative council leader in Scotland has signed a pledge opposing Derek Mackay’s proposal for a workplace parking tax.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman will examine claims that ambulance drivers in remote areas are undertaking six hour “on call” journeys after working a day shift.
MSPs were told yesterday that funding for NHS Grampian has been £239million short of its official target over the last decade.
Fishing industry leaders have warned there could be "three to six months of turbulence" for fishermen after a no-deal Brexit.
A MSP campaigning for a Kemnay man stuck in Carstairs has said taxpayers would be “astonished” to learn that keeping a patient at the State Hospital costs £5,837 per week.
A Scottish soldier has told of his devastation after immigration officials "lost" a visa application that would allow his teenage daughter to move to the UK from Kenya.
Police Scotland has warned MSPs that a smacking ban could result in increased costs to the force as officers spend more time investigating allegations against parents.
Three Tory MPs have quit the party to join the new breakaway group claiming Theresa May’s “dismal failure” to stand up to hardline Brexiteers had pushed them out.
A Holyrood investigation into how misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond were handled has put its work on hold until the conclusion of a court case against him.
Hundreds of emergency patients across Scotland have survived life-threatening illnesses and injuries as a result of a new ambulance call handling system.
A no-deal Brexit could see Scottish unemployment increase by about 100,000, according to Scotland’s Brexit Secretary.
Derek Mackay last night faced fresh warnings that high earners could quit Scotland to avoid paying increased income tax rates as MSPs voted for his controversial tax plans.
Nicola Sturgeon last night claimed Scottish independence would be different from the “isolationism” of Brexit when she addressed the French National Assembly.
Jeremy Corbyn has spoken of his “regret” after seven MPs quit the party citing his approach to Brexit and the handling of anti-Semitism within Labour.
Aberdeen is likely to be the city "hardest hit" by Brexit, the SNP's economy spokeswoman has claimed.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has described coming out as gay as "one of the most difficult things" he has ever done.
Downing Street has rebuffed claims that Britain will soften its demand to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to solve the controversial Northern Ireland "backstop" issue.
Michael Matheson has been urged to strip ScotRail of its contract after it emerged thousands of journeys have been cancelled over the last year.
Migration minister Ben Macpherson yesterday said Brexit was making it more difficult for an Aberdeen-based charity to recruit volunteers to support adults with additional needs.
North-east fish processors will not need extra permits to send fish to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit, MPs have been told.
Theresa May suffered another humiliating defeat in the Commons last night as MPs voted against her Brexit plan.
Theresa May's latest Brexit defeat in the Commons has no legal force, but it will reverse the modest achievement she achieved two weeks ago when she secured a majority for a negotiating position with the EU.
A parliamentary investigation into a north-east MP accused of engaging in "sexual touching" at an exclusive Westminster bar has been dropped, it can be revealed.
The Scottish Government "does not have the capability" to fund free TV licences for over 75s if the scheme is axed.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said Theresa May is "not fit for office" due to her conduct throughout the Brexit process.
Michael Matheson has been urged to give a “full and urgent” update to MSPs on the contractual dispute that has led to the delayed opening of the AWPR’s Don Crossing.