An influential group of peers is calling on the UK Government to “raise its game” in consulting the devolved administrations on Brexit.
Theresa May has told how she shed a “little tear” when she saw the shock exit poll on election night predicting she was about to lose her majority.
Alistair Carmichael has urged the UK Government to spell out how it will honour its manifesto commitment to support the development of wind projects on Scotland's remote islands.
Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil is inviting constituents to get in touch with ideas for a new law after securing a top slot in the private members' bill ballot.
Ian Blackford has revealed he was encouraged to stand for the SNP Westminster leadership by former Banff and Buchan MP Eilidh Whiteford.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned Theresa May not to go down the "very, very dangerous road" of ignoring the Scottish Government's call for a seat at the Brexit negotiating table.
David Mundell came under fresh pressure last night after Theresa May refused to say whether she received representations from him on the £1billion DUP deal.
The row over the Tories' £1billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party intensified last night as the SNP called into question David Mundell's position as Scottish secretary.
The UK Government has come under fire after it emerged Scotland will receive no extra money as a result of Theresa May's "grubby and shameless deal" with the Democratic Unionist Party.
New Environment Secretary Michael Gove has ruled out the Scottish Government having a direct role in the Brexit negotiations.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted the Queen's Speech is about "bringing our United Kingdom closer together" amid warnings Brexit must not be used as a vehicle to concentrate power at Westminster.
Theresa May was accused of a "power grab" last night as she abandoned key manifesto commitments in a "threadbare" Queen's Speech which was focused largely on Brexit.
A year ago, my exclamations of disappointment could be heard in Aberdeen.
This is the first Queen's Speech by a minority government for 40 years.
Proposals to return access to and management of UK waters to British fishermen have been outlined in the Queen's Speech.
Highland MP Drew Hendry has been made the SNP's energy spokesman in Ian Blackford's front-bench team.
The Press and Journal can reveal that English Conservative MP Richard Harrington is due to be confirmed as the new energy minister.
Ousted north-east MP Stuart Donaldson today vowed to return to politics in the future, declaring: "It's in my blood".
Two Highland MPs are going head to head in the contest to replace ousted Angus Robertson as SNP Westminster leader.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has indicated the UK Government could change its strategy for leaving the European Union.
By Scottish Secretary David Mundell
The Liberal Democrats' new Highland MP has claimed his party can be the "voice and conscience of internationalism" at Westminster.
A Conservative is in line to become an MSP without getting the nod from party members, The Press and Journal can reveal.
SNP MP Ian Blackford secured a majority of 5,919, winning 15,480 votes in yesterday’s general election.
Liberal Democrat candidate Jamie Stone is the new MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross.
Ruth Davidson has sent a clear warning to the Prime Minister over plans for a DUP-backed Tory government by tweeting a link to a speech she gave on same-sex marriage in Belfast last year.
A petition urging the Conservatives to scrap a deal with the DUP has attracted more than 300,000 signatures in under 24-hours.
Britons face an uncertain future today after a dramatic night at the polls that culminated in a hung parliament.
Jamie Stone has now completed the rare hat-trick of councillor, MSP and MP as the new member for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross.
North-east fishermen will have their voices heard in parliament loud and clear, the region's newest MP has pledged.
The man who toppled the "Gordon giant" today laid responsibility for the SNP's general election slump at Alex Salmond's door - blaming him for Nicola Sturgeon's rush to a second independence referendum.
A defiant Theresa May vowed to form a minority Conservative government after her disastrous gamble on a snap general election ended in a hung parliament.