Beleaguered transport secretary Chris Grayling has faced fresh calls to resign after a no-deal Brexit ferry contract was cancelled, costing taxpayers £50 million.
The transport secretary is urging the UK Government to ensure that time-sensitive exports such as Scottish seafood can still reach mainland Europe if there is a no-deal Brexit.
More than £200 million will be allocated to English councils to improve road surfaces, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Chris Grayling ‘dragged kicking and screaming’ to Commons by SNP to answer for Brexit ferry contract
Beleaguered transport secretary Chris Grayling was "dragged kicking and screaming" to the Commons yesterday after the SNP secured an emergency debate on his handling of a no-deal Brexit ferry contract.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling is an "international embarrassment" who should be sacked without delay, Labour and the SNP have said.
Mention Chris Grayling's name to an MP, journalist or official working in Westminster and you will inevitably be greeted with a smile and then a shake of the head.
North-east fish processors will not need extra permits to send fish to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit, MPs have been told.
"It's over, it's all over for you" one Labour MP cried as beleaguered transport secretary Chris Grayling got to his feet in the Commons for yet another afternoon of torment.
Plans to improve train journeys between Aberdeen and the south of England have been shelved amid a massive review of the UK’s rail industry.
Drivers of ultra-low emission vehicles could be given new green number plates as a “badge of honour” which could give them special privileges.
Highlands tourism boom expected as Transport Secretary confirms official support for third Heathrow runway
A Highland tourism boom is expected now Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed official support for a third Heathrow runway.
Rival Scottish transport operators FirstGroup and Stagecoach Group are involved in a three-way battle to run the UK’s new high-speed trains.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent
The UK Government has been warned expansion at Heathrow will be "meaningless" without access to the air.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted the UK Government will take "all necessary steps" to ensure Heathrow's expansion is the catalyst for more flights to Scotland.
The UK Government has given the go-ahead for a third runway at Heathrow.
The Scottish Government has backed the building of a third runway at Heathrow over an expansion at Gatwick.
The UK transport secretary has promised regional connectivity will be an important factor in the decision over where to site a new runway in the south-east of England.
The new UK transport secretary has been challenged to end the "third runway debacle" or apologise to Scottish businesses and commuters.
A Highland MP is calling for the UK Government to make an immediate decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
A new poll suggests there is "no evidence" that the Scottish Tories are narrowing the gap with Labour in battle for second place in May Holyrood election.
Senior Tory Chris Grayling has predicted Labour is in danger of not winning a single constituency seat in the Holyrood election.
SNP deputy leader Stewart Hosie has claimed George Osborne no longer has any chance of becoming prime minister following the UK Government's double defeat in the Lords.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has been urged to "bang the cabinet table" to ensure Scottish MPs are not stopped from voting on Heathrow expansion.
UK ministers have confirmed Scottish MPs could have "the final say" over laws only affecting England - under the very proposal aimed at creating a fairer system.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has accused the UK Government of viewing military intervention as a "substitute" for political and diplomatic strategy.
A senior Labour figure has warned that the UK Government's controversial plan for English Votes for English Laws (Evel) could prevent a Scottish MP from becoming prime minister or Commons speaker.
North and north-east MPs have backed a renewed call for action to be taken on "excessive" delivery charges in rural areas.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has criticised a "novel solution" put forward by a Tory backbencher for reverse devolution if Scottish MPs vote on English-only matters.
The UK Government has published revised proposals for its controversial plan for English Vote for English Laws.
The UK Government has been "forced back to the drawing board" over its plans for English Votes for English Laws.
The former MP for Aberdeen South is urging her successor to vote against any changes to the Hunting Act.