RAF Lossiemouth could be used as a key bargaining tool to secure Nato membership for an independent Scotland, it has been claimed.
A north-east MP has claimed there is too much “scaremongering” over Brexit after oil and gas leaders warned that North Sea platforms could be shut down.
Supermarket bosses have been told stop “ripping off” motorists in the north and north-east amid growing anger at fuel price “disparities”.
The UK Government has moved to try to avert a labour crisis facing fruit and vegetable growers by allowing the sector to recruit up to 2,500 migrant workers a year.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has denied that the UK Government’s official blueprint for Brexit is a “dead duck”.
The SNP has become the second largest political party in Britain after overtaking the Conservatives for the first time.
A majority of Scots would back independence if a second referendum was held after Brexit, according to a new poll.
Skye has witnessed a drop in tourist numbers this year because of the “nonsense” suggestion that the island became “full” last year, the local MP has suggested.
SNP ministers have warned that Scotland is facing the “nightmare” prospect of a no deal Brexit that would damage businesses, the economy and services.
Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken of the “iconic importance” of Scotch whisky as she vowed to fight to safeguard vital protections for the sector.
A failure to agree on the future of special protections for famous goods such as Scotch whisky and Stornoway black pudding could be holding up the UK’s Brexit deal.
MPs have told the UK and Scottish governments to stop bickering over broadband provision and get on with delivering investment.
Scottish MPs have witnessed the escalating labour crisis facing soft fruit farms after a fact-finding mission to local producers yesterday.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab was under fresh pressure last night to guarantee special protections for Scotch whisky after the UK quits the EU.
A Labour frontbencher has claimed that north Sutherland was chosen to host the UK’s first spaceport because it is “close” to Tory seats – despite the nearest being 100-miles away.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
Time is of the essence as resigning foreign secretary Boris Johnson, believes the UK can still negotiate a 'great' Brexit deal.
A UK Government minister has said he is “open to the idea” of bringing back concessions to allow more migrant workers into the inshore fishing sector.
Business leaders have welcomed a partial climbdown on plans which were expected to lead to the closure of hundreds of cash machines in Scotland.
Military chiefs have unveiled plans to spend £2billion developing a next generation fighter jet to replace the RAF Lossiemouth-based Typhoon fleet.
A new poll has found a rise in support for the SNP and predicted the party would win back many of the seats it lost at last year’s UK general election.
The Scottish Government has denied claims that a £200 million rail upgrade in the north-east has been abandoned – and revealed the plans could progress within weeks.
A north-east Conservative MP has predicted that his party will be “screwed” at the next UK election unless Theresa May changes her new Brexit proposals.
The UK Government has been urged to carry out a review into giving Scotland powers over immigration policy to avoid a return to the “dark days” of depopulation.
Social care workers in Scotland who could face an “uncertain” future because of Brexit, with the greatest impact likely to be felt in the north east.
A new blueprint has been unveiled to overhaul the way referendums are organised and funded in the UK.
A new vision of how fishermen can “take back control” of Scottish waters after Brexit has been unveiled by the UK Government.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has called for tougher punishments for thieves who steal and harm dogs.
A Westminster stunt has highlighted the growing cash deserts in rural Scotland, where people cannot access their money for free.
The Aberdeen lawyer calling for a new law banning upskirting said campaigners were delighted to be given a second chance after the bill was blocked by a surprise objection.
SNP leaders have signalled that the gloves are off in their bid to win the best deal for Scotland on the devolution settlement.
Prime Minister’s Questions is normally a theatrical high point in the parliamentary week, as the leaders go head-to-head to prove they can think on their feet.