The powers of Brussels must be transferred to the UK’s regions to stop the country breaking up after Brexit, former prime minister Gordon Brown said.
A former Cabinet Office minister said British overseas territories such as Gibraltar and the Falkland Islands should be able to elect MPs to Parliament after Brexit.
UK ministers could make provision in areas of devolved policy as a result of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, according to a new report.
Nicola Sturgeon has declared she would be “very happy” for a general election to be held before Christmas as she hit out at Boris Johnson over his Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
October 15 is the last day for any new submissions to the Scottish Parliament’s petitions committee in respect of PE1637/H.
Theresa May's successor in Downing Street should appoint a "minister for the Highlands and Islands" to give greater voice to northern Scotland, MPs have been told.
Like all of us in the first intake of MSPs elected to the new Scottish Parliament in 1999, I was delighted and slightly daunted.
Michael Gove has been accused of planning a "grubby power grab" after unveiling proposals to allow UK ministers to spend cash in devolved areas.
Nicola Sturgeon has delayed taking £6billion worth of VAT revenue to Holyrood amid fears the transfer would hit the Scottish budget.
Given that most Conservatives campaigned against the formation of the Scottish Parliament, it was with some degree of scepticism that 18 new Tory MSPs took their seats at Holyrood.
As someone who co-founded a business 36 years ago, I know only too well that there are teething problems when you start out.
Bringing power closer to the people: that was the purpose of the incoming Labour Government when it created the first democratically-elected Scottish Parliament in 1999.
A hard Brexit could push "Scottish independence over the line", Tony Blair has said.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
The SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has secured an emergency debate on Brexit after the SNP group staged a mass walkout at the Home of Commons.
Prime Minister’s Questions is normally a theatrical high point in the parliamentary week, as the leaders go head-to-head to prove they can think on their feet.
Furious MPs hit out yesterday claiming there would be little time to carry out a debate on the Brexit Bill clauses around devolution.
Michael Gove has revealed that he believes Brexit has strengthened unionism and forced the “nationalist threat” from the SNP into retreat.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned the Prime Minister that the Scottish Tories could be wiped out again in Scotland amid claims of their disrespect for the devolution settlement.
North-east politicians have become embroiled in a war of words over Brexit, each claiming the other is selling-out Scotland’s fisherman.
The Scottish Government could be hit with a £1 million bill for making it easier for claimants to budget with Universal Credit welfare payments.
An SNP politician claims a leaked paper shows the Tories want to “trade away our fishermen’s rights” in Brexit negotiations.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has told MPs he does not accept the current Brexit devolution deal.
Fishermen will be exposed to fresh betrayal by the latest Brexit Bill amendments according to Banffshire and Buchan MSP Stewart Stevenson.
Brexit Minister David Davis told MPs he is “almost a fifth columnist” for devolution in his latest appearance before Westmister’s Brexit committee.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned there will be no deal on Brexit unless the Scottish Government gets full control over devolved powers.
The devolution settlement is not fit for purpose post-Brexit, according to a new report from an independent think tank.
Theresa May is blocking agreement on post-Brexit devolution says Ian Blackford, as the Prime Minister prepares to visit Scotland as part of a UK tour to mark one year until Brexit.
Hopes of an agreed amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill between devolved and UK governments have been dashed once again.
Prime Minister Theresa May has dismissed the Scottish and Welsh government Continuity Bills as “unnecessary”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
A promise to amend the Brexit deal around the repatriation of powers to devolved governments has been broken by Scottish Secretary David Mundell.