Theresa May has offered MPs a vote on a second referendum in exchange for supporting her Brexit deal when it returns to the Commons next month.
Ian Blackford MP
Theresa May will announce a Downing Street departure date after MPs next vote on her Brexit deal in June.
A north MP has said Highland Council’s data breach has raised “serious questions”over the policies which remain in place to safeguard confidential information.
Theresa May's Brexit plan will deliver the "worst of all worlds" for fishermen in the north-east, Ian Blackford has claimed.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford was left red-faced after an embarrassing Royal baby gaffe in the House of Commons.
Daughter and carer of elderly Aultbea couple facing deportation to Philippines following visa dispute
Concerns have been raised about the future of two Aultbea residents whose daughter has been refused a visa to stay in the UK.
A deal in principle has been agreed that will see the current road to rail diversion on the A890 at the Stromeferry bypass remain open to motorists for longer periods of time.
Ambitious plans to re-open an airport on Skye after 30 years are taking off with a trial to introduce flights to Glasgow or Edinburgh being investigated.
The Royal Bank of Scotland faced more criticism last night after a member of the public took a photograph of long queues for a mobile bank in Caithness.
Protests took place throughout the Highlands at the weekend in towns and villages which are facing the loss of their local RBS branches.
An MP has asked defence contractors QinetiQ to look at providing communities on the Applecross peninsula with super fast broadband capabilities.
Race to replace former Moray MP Angus Robertson as SNP deputy leader gets under way as Glasgow MSP James Dornan launches bid
A Glasgow MSP has announced plans to stand for the job of SNP depute leader following Angus Robertson’s resignation.
RBS is to make a partial U-turn over its highly-unpopular branch closure programme, a senior politician has suggested.
Shock proposals could lead to Inverness being dropped from the title of the city’s Westminster constituency for the first time in a century.
Plans to build the UK’s largest car wheel plant in the Highlands have been dealt a blow – after heritage chiefs said the site was a historic battlefield.
Campaigners on Skye have demanded urgent progress in the battle to re-open the island's airport amid growing frustration at costly delays.
The Highlands could soon be producing a quarter of all car wheels in the UK as a new industrial revolution accelerates in the region.
A respected former chairman of the north's development agency has urged MSPs to resist new plans to "take away" its independence.
A fresh call has been made for the UK Government to end unfair electricity charges which add hundreds of pounds to family power bills in the Highlands.
An SNP MP has moved to defuse the bitter row over the future of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) by proposing a compromise deal.
An MP has intervened to try to help a Highland mother who was threatened with immediate deportation.
Plans to create 55 jobs by building an £80million fish feed plant on Skye have been lodged with the local authority.
Plans to re-open Skye's airport have received a major boost after a new study showed it would be worth millions of pounds to the local economy.
A Highland politician is calling for clarification about the changes to fishing grounds around Skye.
Urgent action is needed to improve medical cover for residents and tourists on a Hebridean island, according to a Highland politician.
Hundreds of Highlanders have signed up to become members of the group behind ambitious plans for the largest community buyout in Scotland.
A Highland MP has called for a new debate on the arming of police officers after concerns were raised about the latest sighting.
Ross, Skye and Lochaber MP Ian Blackford said he was disgusted that only three of the 11 members of the influential Scottish Affairs Committee attended its meeting on Skye yesterday (Monday).
The victims of a Lochaber slavery racket are to meet the local MP in a bid to stay in the UK.
Skye and Lochaber residents are celebrating a victory for people power after forcing CalMac to give them back their ferry.
Major disruption was caused at a Highland beauty spot yesterday after a mobile crane crashed off the road and ended up teetering over a rail line.
A Highland sheriff has controversially branded Scotland's domestic abuse laws "way over the top".