The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results, Michael Russell told an audience at the institute for government in London yesterday.
Theresa May's handling of Brexit has proved "beyond doubt" that independence is the only way to safeguard Scotland's future, Michael Russell has claimed.
Theresa May has warned that Britain will have to endure a “slow Brexit” if MPs continue to oppose her deal and no-deal.
Two Cabinet ministers who are said to be in line to take over from Theresa May have dismissed reports of a Cabinet coup to oust her.
Ministers have been accused of "another failed promise" after it emerged a scheme to replace EU funding in the Highlands post-Brexit "had yet to be worked out".
Tensions could not be higher in Westminster.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has expressed fears that Theresa May could ignore the will of Parliament and take the UK out of the EU without a Brexit deal next week.
Britain has been handed a Brexit ultimatum by Brussels - agree a deal or leave without one next week.
Brexit campaign group Labour Leave has been fined £8,000 for failing to report donations during the 2016 EU referendum.
Each day, usually at 11am, the prime minister’s official spokesman or his deputy holds a briefing with political journalists in a tucked-away tower room in the Palace of Westminster.
Theresa May is more likely to offer a second EU referendum than Jeremy Corbyn, opposition party leaders have concluded.
Theresa May will face MPs in the commons for the first time today since speaker John Bercow extraordinarily ruled she could not table her Brexit deal for a third vote.
Long-term reliance on migrant workers has been a “sticking plaster” for labour shortages across Scotland’s farms, MPs heard today.
Where to start? Heading into Monday all the talk in Westminster was on whether Theresa May could do enough to persuade her Brexiteer colleagues and the Democratic Unionists to back her deal in a third and final vote.
Theresa May's Brexit deal was pronounced "dead" last night after Commons Speaker John Bercow invoked a 400-year-old parliamentary rule to block a further vote.
Parliament may end up "cancelling Brexit" if an exit deal is not finalised in the next two weeks, according to Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
Benefit claimants with autism will soon be able to use an app to take a “virtual reality Jobcentre walkthrough”.
MPs from across the political spectrum yesterday urged the UK Government to make progress on a vital deal to sustain the North Sea energy industry.
The real action yesterday was not in the Commons, but in the tearooms, corridors and offices around the Palace of Westminster as Brexiteer Tory MPs and the DUP chewed over the consequences of this week's votes.
Brexit could be delayed by "up to three months" after MPs backed a proposal to extend negotiations with the EU.
Westminster is "failing Scotland" after MPs voted decisively to reject a second EU referendum, the SNP has said.
What is happening in Westminster?
Sir Vince Cable will step down as leader of the Liberal Democrats in May.
Here's what our MPs had to say following last night's vote:
Another roller-coaster day in Westminster and what was achieved?
Philip Hammond has promised to spend £26 billion on public services and investment if MPs vote to leave the European Union with a deal.
Holyrood is set to receive £8million as part of a scheme to tackle the knife crime crisis.
A delay to Brexit is now "inevitable" after MPs rejected the idea of Britain leaving the EU without a deal.
Tory ministers have been accused of an "outrageous power grab" after it was revealed a £1.6billion fund to help struggling towns across the UK may not be "Barnettised".
What is happening with Brexit today?
Theresa May's Brexit deal was dead long before the vote last night.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "The prime minister and the UK government should be hanging their heads in shame this evening.