Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told “so many lies” during the Brexit campaign, the outgoing president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has claimed.
David Cameron has admitted that he failed in his bid to keep Britain in a reformed European Union and is “truly sorry” for the uncertainty and division that followed the Brexit referendum.
David Cameron has said a second Brexit referendum cannot be ruled out as he accused Boris Johnson and Michael Gove of effectively “trashing” the government during the 2016 campaign.
A second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union would cause civil unrest across the country, Scottish Secretary David Mundell has warned.
Aberdeenshire Council will become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss another Brexit referendum next week.
MPs have warned a foreign cyber attack may have been to blame for the crash of a voter registration website in the run-up to the EU referendum.
Davidson tells Sturgeon to get back to her day job instead of focussing on “narrow nationalist obsession”
The SNP has insisted it remains "committed" to EU membership - despite reports that it is preparing to abandon its long-held support for joining the continental bloc.
Nicola Sturgeon has edged Scotland closer to a second independence referendum after the UK Supreme Court denied the Scottish Parliament the chance to veto Brexit.
In a year of political shocks, Scotland has been something of a source of stability.
Scotland would reject any trade deal between the US and UK if it opened the door to privatisation of the public sector, the Brexit Secretary has declared.
Plans for a bespoke Scottish Brexit have been rejected by the Spanish government.
Scotland's Brexit Minister has opened the door to working with Michael Gove after the Leave campaign leader backed SNP plans for Holyrood controls over immigration.
The Scottish Government does not have any "red lines" in its Brexit demands, Mike Russell has claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has outlined her plans to keep Scotland in the single market in the wake of the EU referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon's plan to keep Scotland in the EU single market has been branded a "black and white" attempt to "split the UK up".
Business leaders are cautiously optimistic about Nicola Sturgeon's Brexit battleplan.
The Scottish Government has been warned it risks imperilling the future of the UK with its proposal for a separate Brexit deal.
Nicola Sturgeon's hankering for a special Brexit deal for Scotland has been crushed by the Chancellor.
The SNP spent more on a by-election in Fife than the referendum campaign to keep Scotland in the EU.
A leading economist has claimed Theresa May's "zero plans" for Brexit will drive Scotland towards a second independence referendum.
The SNP's Brexit Minister has been accused of painting a "false picture" of Scottish negotiations after the Spanish Government shot down claims he had opened talks with them.
A Scottish Government history of Scotland's relationship with the EU has been denounced by critics as a "blinkered and selfish puff piece".
Scotland would face "challenges" to gain access to the single market post-Brexit if it remains in the UK, an expert has warned Holyrood.
Nicola Sturgeon has hinted the Scottish Government could try to join the European Economic Area (EEA) in the wake of the UK leaving the EU.
Politics is rarely dominated by subtleties, but yesterday was an exception.
Scotland's pro-EU consensus was shattered last night after Labour accused the SNP of trying to bounce Holyrood into backing independence.
Scotland could face a £1.3billion Brexit budget bombshell if the chancellor cuts spending in an effort to balance the books.
The English High Court yesterday gave its highly anticipated judgment in the case brought against the secretary of state for exiting the European Union, ruling that the UK Government must seek parliamentary approval before exiting the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon is threatening to get involved in a legal fight to force Theresa May to call a Commons vote on Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed it took 36 hours for David Davis to return a Scottish Government call on the Brexit "hotline".
The head of the National Farmers' Union of Scotland has warned MPs that agriculture must not become expendable in the Brexit negotiations.
A north-east MP has suggested low-income families could "lose control of their spending power" amid rising inflation and a benefits freeze.