More than eight in 10 Scots are worried about the UK leaving the EU in the next 12 months, analysis suggests.
Labour must back a second Brexit referendum in order to respond to the electoral challenge posed by Nigel Farage, the party’s deputy leader Tom Watson said.
Tory councillors are revolting against Theresa May over her handling of Brexit, with 40% prepared to vote for Nigel Farage’s rival party at the European elections.
The sister of prominent Tory Eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg said she is standing as a candidate for the Brexit Party because of the “broken” political system.
An urgent new action plan has been developed in an effort to keep Aberdeen City Council’s “dedicated” European workforce amid mounting Brexit uncertainty.
Any kind of Brexit will have “negative consequences” which will be worse for Britain than the EU and be entirely the UK’s responsibility, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said.
Fears have been raised over the ability of the Home Office to process Brexit visa applications from EU nationals.
A former Gordon District Council boss is leading the charge for the Liberal Democrats in Scotland at the forthcoming European parliamentary elections.
Irish citizens in Northern Ireland will continue to be European in all circumstances, Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said.
Ukip leader Gerard Batten insisted his party is the “true” voice of Leave voters as he sought to counter the threat posed by Nigel Farage.
Brexit should be just an “aberration” in the bid to strengthen Northern Ireland’s peace process, US congresswoman Nancy Pelosi has said.
Thousands of staff at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have been redeployed to handle Brexit, it has been revealed.
A Tory hoping to represent Scotland at the European Parliament has said "normal people" do not support a second EU referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon demanded action against “xenophobia” in politics as she said Scotland rejected Theresa May’s “despicable” hostile environment.
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has taken its toll on the confidence of Scottish businesses, a report has warned.
Leo Varadkar has hailed the country’s continuing relationship with “our friend” the US.
Scotland wants no part of Theresa May’s “despicable” hostile environment, Nicola Sturgeon has said, as she urged action against “xenophobia” in politics.
US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that Brexit must not result in the return of a hard border.
A party leader in Northern Ireland has called for another Brexit referendum ahead of an expected run for the European Parliament.
Jet2 owner Dart Group has said its profits for last year will be higher than expected, but warned of Brexit clouds during the current year.
Brexit has "soured relationships" between Westminster and Holyrood, former Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace has said.
Economists have predicted the impact of a no-deal Brexit could cause a “significant contraction” in the Scottish economy.
The UK arts industry is now “an essential part of the British economy”, a culture boss has said.
Nobody should pretend that the damage of Brexit can be fully mitigated, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
The Irish Government may cover the cost of European Health Insurance Cards (EHICs) for people in Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The DUP has urged the Prime Minister to get on with leaving the EU.
Jeremy Corbyn claimed Nigel Farage is not “serious” about the UK’s relationship with the rest of the world as the pair traded blows ahead of the European election battle.
Inflation is expected to have edged up in March, as drivers face higher costs at the pumps.
The Independent Group formed by breakaway ex-Labour and Tory MPs has become a fully fledged political party and will fight the European elections.
Amber Rudd said she is “keeping the door slightly ajar” to a possible run to be prime minister as she played down suggestions she would team up with Boris Johnson on a joint ticket to replace Theresa May.
European Council president Donald Tusk said he still believed that Brexit could be reversed after the UK’s departure from the EU was delayed until October 31.
Scotland should be a “thriving and driving force within the EU”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.