Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
The Democratic Unionist Party has warned Theresa May it will oppose any Brexit agreement that “weakens the Union” between Britain and Northern Ireland.
Some people thought the original idea was pie in the sky.
Ramsay Jones: When securing a deal looked like a distant dream, the PM pulled it off and she didn’t even have to sing
It was, I suppose, fitting that the first stage of our exit from the European Union should be settled at dawn in the capital of Belgium. It gave headline writers plenty of alliterative scope: Breakfast Brexit in Brussels.
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WorleyParsons of Australia is acquiring the UK business of Amec Foster Wheeler in a deal worth £182million. It is understood that, while there will be a modicum of rationalisation at the outset, the 3,000-plus people on payroll are thought to be secure. Read the full story on our sister site Energy Voice.
Moray whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail (G&M) has teamed up with Scotland’s southernmost distiller in a distribution deal targeting the UK market for premium single malts.
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.
Highland Council chiefs have been accused of lacking "accountability and transparency" over spending from the £315million Inverness City Region Deal.
Highland Council was under fire last night for spending £500,000 to dress an iconic Inverness building in a "hideous" gold coat.
A bitter row has erupted over a claim that deposed north MP Danny Alexander jeopardised a multimillion-pound investment package for Inverness by not finalising a deal while in a position of power.