The chairman of a committee at war over Brexit has denied trying to use it to keep Britain in the European Union indefinitely.
Bitter divisions in a powerful Commons committee have erupted after Leave supporters refused to back a report recommending extending the Brexit transition period.
Health Secretary Shona Robison will make the case for European single market membership in order to “shield” health and social care services from the impact on Brexit when she appears before a Holyrood committee this week.
The leader of the Northern Ireland Greens has warned that a physical border on Ireland following Brexit “will increase the likelihood of violence”.
The long-term viability of beef and sheep farms is questionable in a post-Brexit era, warns farm consultancy firm Andersons.
Scottish fishing chiefs spelled out their demands for Brexit last night as pressure ramps up on Prime Mininster Theresa May not to cede any sovereignty over fishing policy to Brussels.
A major constitutional stushie has erupted between the Scottish and UK governments. Nothing new in that you might think, but this time it is the future of Scottish farming that is right at the heart of the row.
The First Ministers of Scotland and Wales have written to peers setting their own proposed changes to crucial Brexit legislation.
The UK could decide not to impose border checks after Brexit if it fails to reach a customs agreement with the European Union under plans reportedly being considered in Whitehall.
Peter Chapman MSP: Amid all the political noise and media speculation, the UK and EU are edging closer to a transition deal on Brexit
Amid all the political noise and media speculation, the UK and EU are edging closer to a transition deal on Brexit – with agreement expected in time for a European summit on Thursday.
Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has offered to work with Labour rebels who want the UK to remain in the single market in order to prevent a hard Brexit.
Theresa May told business leaders gathered in Downing Street that her approach to Brexit was based on “principled practicality” rather than ideology.
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has said that people claiming Brexit could lead to a return to the Troubles in Northern Ireland are “almost encouraging violence”.
Unilever’s decision to consolidate its dual headquarters in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam, and not in London, comes at a sensitive time for the British capital.
A lack of “detailed knowledge” about devolution within Whitehall has hindered crucial talks between the Scottish and UK governments over key Brexit legislation, MSPs have been told.
Unilever has confirmed that it has chosen Rotterdam over London as its new legal headquarters, dealing a major blow to the UK Government as it tries to uphold Britain’s status as a centre for business after Brexit.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has signalled he is prepared to accept a shorter transition period than the UK wanted.
The Scottish Government’s emergency Brexit legislation has passed its second stage at Holyrood after 11 hours of scrutiny.
Brexit talks between Theresa May and the Scottish and Welsh first ministers have broken up without agreement.
Ministers are “scrambling round” to fill parliamentary time in a bid to avoid damaging votes on Brexit, a senior Labour MP has claimed.
The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth has said the institution is looking for “opportunities” from Brexit and highlighted how trade between member states could be worth a trillion dollars.
Less than a quarter of Scots think Brexit should lead to a second independence referendum, a poll has revealed.
Unionists who voted to remain in the EU were not voting to leave the UK, UUP leader Robin Swann has told Michel Barnier.
MSPs have forced through changes to the Scottish Government’s emergency Brexit legislation, as they accused ministers at Holyrood of attempting their own “power grab”.
Unilever is reportedly set to rubber stamp plans to base its central headquarters in Rotterdam, dealing a major blow to London and the UK Government as it tries to uphold Britain’s status as a centre for business after Brexit.
The head of NHS England has called on the Government to introduce tougher food labelling post-Brexit in a bid to tackle the UK’s growing obesity crisis.
Less than a quarter of Scots want a second independence referendum in the next three years because of Brexit, a poll has revealed.
The UK’s withdrawal from the EU threatens equality of rights on the island of Ireland protected under the Good Friday Agreement, it has been warned.
Consumers need reassurance that Brexit will offer them a better deal on issues such as food safety, energy bills, travel rights and roaming charges, a watchdog has said.
More than £37million will be allocated to the Scottish Government to prepare for Brexit in the year ahead.
Senator George Mitchell has said a Brexit outcome that avoids a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland must be encouraged.
Holidaymakers are being left in the dark over the consequences of the UK leaving the EU without an aviation deal, a consumer group has claimed.