Theresa May insisted yesterday that fishing fleets will enjoy a “bright future” after Brexit amid claims she had sanctioned the “worst imaginable” transition deal.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson faced criticism last night after taking part in a “bizarre” Brexit stunt in which dead fish were flung into the River Thames.
Michael Gove appealed for Tory rebels and furious fishermen to keep their “eyes on the prize” yesterday as he promised full fisheries control by the end of 2020.
The UK Government was last night facing a furious backlash after sanctioning a “massive sell-out” of the Scottish fishing industry in its interim Brexit deal.
The UK Treasury is facing a £40million tax hit amid forecasts that Scotland’s minimum alcohol pricing scheme will cut drinking north of the border.
Jeremy Corbyn will today highlight SNP backing for Donald Trump’s north-east golf course as he casts Labour as the only party willing to stand up to the US president.
Ruth Davidson has signalled that the North Sea oil and gas industry could be close to securing a £1trillion boost from the UK Government.
Brexit Britain was on the brink of constitutional chaos last night after the Scottish and Welsh governments moved to block a devolution “power grab” by Westminster.
Theresa May has been accused of being “too weak” to face down hard Brexiteers in her party after more than 60 Tories set out their demands for the next stage of exit talks.
North-east MPs deny they are part of a Westminster pressure group plotting against the prime minister
North-east MPs have denied they are part of a Westminster group which is plotting against the prime minister.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to intervene in a “fiasco” over the future of the East Coast rail line between Aberdeen and London.
The resurgent North Sea oil and gas industry is poised to pay more than £1billion in tax this year – and the SNP has called for the cash to be reinvested in the sector.
Race to replace former Moray MP Angus Robertson as SNP deputy leader gets under way as Glasgow MSP James Dornan launches bid
A Glasgow MSP has announced plans to stand for the job of SNP depute leader following Angus Robertson’s resignation.
Workers on Aberdeen’s long-awaited western bypass were left “dazed and confused” last night amid reports that several had been made redundant.
UK ministers were last night facing fresh demands to reveal the likely Brexit impact on the north and north-east amid claims the case for quitting the EU was in "chaos".
New figures have confirmed that communities across the north and north-east suffer from the lowest levels of superfast broadband access in Britain.
Shock figures show that the number of crisis cash applications from hard-pressed families have more than doubled in the Highlands and the north-east in the last four years.
A UK minister has been left “red-faced” after she appeared to forget having been contacted by the Scottish Government over unfair delivery charges.
Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to back down on her Brexit plan to leave the EU customs union.
By closing branches and replacing some with mobile banking vans, which do not provide disability access, the Royal Bank of Scotland appears to be in breach of the UK Equality Act, the SNP Westminster leader has claimed.
Post-Brexit visas could lead to the oil industry losing workers to other countries, an Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) manager has told MPs.
The Scottish Government has raised hopes that there will be no further delay to the completion of Aberdeen’s bypass following the collapse of Carillion – and that 260 affected jobs could be saved.
Calls have been made for the UK Government to include Aberdeen University in an immigration pilot to ease visa rules for postgraduates.
Scottish ministers were last night under pressure to take “decisive action” to ensure Aberdeen’s £745million bypass is not derailed by the collapse of a key contractor.
A new report has shown that international students contribute more than £160million to the north-east economy each year.
A portrait of former SNP MP Winnie Ewing should be hung in the House of Commons, MPs have heard.
A meeting between north-east Conservatives and a Treasury minister on RBS bank closures was scuppered by the cabinet reshuffle.
Ministers have been accused of "hollowing out" the UK's defence capability after new figures showed 17 maritime patrol aircraft belonging to Nato allies were deployed to a key British airbase last year.
The Scottish Government has signalled that it may have to go it alone to deliver lucrative growth deals for Moray, Argyll and the islands if Westminster does not commit soon.
Theresa May has reshuffled some of her Cabinet after the sacking of key ally Damian Green – but political opponents said the limited changes exposed the prime minister’s weakness.
Politicians were divided yesterday over the success of more than £1.2billion of investment outlined in City Region Deals for Aberdeen and Inverness.
An influential group of MSPs has raised “significant” concerns about the roll-out and management of £2.2billion City Region Deals in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.