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Boris Johnson's hopes of getting Commons backing for his Brexit deal have hit a major stumbling block after MPs voted for an amendment which could force him to seek another delay.
MPs face one of the UK's most crucial decisions in decades today as they vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
Nicola Sturgeon warned Labour MPs not to become the "handmaidens of Boris Johnson's Brexit" ahead of today's crunch vote on the prime minister's deal.
Trade minister ‘unable to give any comfort’ to industry on when Donald Trump’s tariffs will be revoked
Trade Secretary Liz Truss was "unable to give any comfort" to industry bosses on when President Donald Trump’s punitive tariffs on whisky and clothing will be revoked.
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal will arrive in the House of Commons this morning for what has been dubbed "Super Saturday".
Whisky duty could be cut in next month’s Budget to offset punitive US tariffs that come into force today, UK ministers have signalled.
Discussions about establishing a free port in the north-east are continuing "at the highest levels of government".
Boris Johnson's revised Brexit deal has been given the thumbs up by north-east Tories, farmers and fishermen.
A new regulator will hold the UK Government to account on its green targets, Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers has told MPs.
Boris Johnson faces a frantic Friday as he tries to persuade MPs to back his "great new Brexit deal" in an extraordinary sitting of Parliament tomorrow.
Distillers will today demand that Trade Secretary Liz Truss pulls out all the stops to save the whisky industry from damaging US tariffs.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has agreed to demands for a "devolution referee" to mediate disputes between Holyrood and Westminster.
Theresa May has voiced concerns over Boris Johnson's attempts to control immigration into the UK.
The SNP spent more fighting the Shetland by-election than they did the entire EU referendum campaign, new figures have revealed.
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal hangs in the balance as negotiations continue today ahead of a crucial EU summit.
A delegation of Scottish MPs with views on either side of the independence debate should be sent to Spain to mediate the dispute between Catalan separatists and the Spanish government, ministers have been told.
The number of "winter deaths" plummeted in the north and north-east last year as the area bounced back from a "staggering" spike in fatalities in 2017/18.
Brexit will have a “catastrophic” impact on the fishing industry with processors facing a yearly bill of £34 million to export to Europe, sector leaders warned yesterday.
Joanna Cherry has declined to rule out leading the SNP in the future, saying no woman should ever write herself off for the top job.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday claimed it was her “duty” to hold a legal independence referendum to protect Scotland against Westminster and declared it must be held next year.
A Cabinet ally of Boris Johnson has been accused of ignoring the funding concerns of the Highlands and Islands after failing to say whether cash would be guaranteed following Brexit.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will close her party’s conference in Aberdeen with a speech on Brexit and independence. She will say that being inside the EU’s single market and close to the UK would give Scotland a “unique advantage”. Watch the live feed below:
Boris Johnson pledged to make the UK "the greatest place on earth" as he used the first Queen's Speech of his premiership to set out his vision for government.
Boris Johnson will not resign if MPs vote down his legislative agenda set out in the Queen's Speech, Downing Street has said.
Legal action could be taken against the UK Government if it insists on rejecting Nicola Sturgeon’s second independence referendum bid, according to a Scottish Cabinet minister.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has suggested Police Scotland’s overdraft might have to be extended to ensure officers continue to be paid next year.
Teacher shortages have been blamed for some north-east pupils having to make taxi trips of up to 40 miles to receive lessons in core subjects.
Nicola Sturgeon will today pledge to scrap social care charges for services like meals on wheels, lunch clubs and sheltered housing wardens.
ScotRail boss Alex Hynes yesterday insisted his firm should not be stripped of the contract to run the country's railways when he faced more complaints about the service north of the central belt.
The Palace of Westminster, in all its regal splendour, was the scene for Boris Johnson's Tory manifesto launch yesterday.
Nicola Sturgeon has refused to rule out an independent Scotland having a hard border with England.
A grassroots attempt to persuade the SNP to consider an independence “Plan B” failed yesterday when the party leadership insisted a legal referendum must be the only means of breaking up the UK.