European immigrants – resented or respected and necessary?
Millions of consumers could face “immediate” and “catastrophic” consequences in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the watchdog Which? has said.
Theresa May has sent a warning to the EU, saying the organisation and the UK remain a "long way apart" in Brexit negotiations.
The European Union has ruled that Luxembourg did not give McDonald’s a special tax deal and that the non-taxation of some of its profits did not amount to illegal state aid.
Finnish singer Saara Aalto has said Eurovision is an important international event that should happen “every week”.
Television and media productions made in the United Kingdom will still be classed as “European” after Brexit.
Theresa May should put remaining in the single market and customs union back on the table and ignore the “Brexit ultras” in the Tory party, the SNP’s Westminster leader said.
Britain would take “unilateral action” in the event of a no-deal Brexit to keep trade and transport flowing freely, Dominic Raab is set to pledge.
Philip Hammond has hinted at possible tax changes to ensure high street retailers are able to compete with online rivals, hours after House of Fraser was rescued in a last-ditch deal.
A £1 million pound project to eradicate black rats off a group of Scottish Islands has come to an end as experts declare the island to be a secure haven for nesting seabirds.
The ways in which the north-east will benefit from a £3.2million boost for interconnected transport funding are to be highlighted with a series of public talks.
An industry pressure group has turned up the heat in a clash with the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF).
Scottish fishing chiefs and their call for a nine-month “bridge” to adapt to life after Brexit received a sympathetic hearing from a Tory peer yesterday.
A north-east MSP has called for assurances over the future of an under-threat exchange programme which benefits young footballers.
In a room in Brussels today two men will sit down together to start a process that will have significant and lasting implications for businesses in the north, north-east and throughout the UK.
A group of 50 politicians from across Europe have signed a letter stating that an independent Scotland would be “most welcome” as a full member of the European Union.
A pontoon structure at a picturesque Moray port faces being sealed off unless the council can devise a new funding plan.
The European Union has warned that new rules could turn a planned £180million incinerator in the north-east into a white elephant.
A £2billion scheme to develop an "electricity superhighway" linking the north-east and Norway is to receive a cash boost from the EU.
Trawlermen who sailed up the Thames in a pro-Brexit demonstration could send an angry armada to the UK Parliament amid fears the fleet has been "betrayed" by the prime minister.
A north-east MP has called for answers following a nine-month silence from the UK Government on vital European help for flood victims.
Theresa May said, following the High Court ruling - that triggering Article 50 (to start the process of leaving the European Union) would require a vote in Parliament - that she was determined to deliver Brexit in full. What on earth does she mean?
Moray's MP believes his new role as deputy leader of the SNP will be a "huge benefit" for the region he represents.
Brexit campaigners have branded as "speculative" a report claiming Aberdeenshire Council has been left with an £11million black hole, after the vote to leave the European Union.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is willing to lead a UK wide effort to preserve the country's membership of the single market.
A bagpiper tried to give Boris Johnson a rather Scottish wake up call this morning- playing his instrument loudly outside his London home.
A north-east MSP has urged Westminster politicians to think "long and hard" about the impact the UK's split from the European Union will have on Scotland.
Moray's political leaders will host a public meeting next week to try and convince locals of the benefits of remaining in the European Union.
North-east MSP Ross Thomson came under fire last night for his claim that Aberdeen had been abandoned by the European Union (EU) during its hour of need.
The amount of funding that Aberdeen City Council received from the European Union plummeted in the last financial year.
The farming sector contributes £9.9billion to the UK economy and employs almost half a million people. It matters to Britain and it matters particularly to areas like the north-east of Scotland where agriculture dominates.
A second Scottish Government IT blunder could cost local authorities across the north and north-east millions of pounds.