A north-east tycoon has revealed plans to bankroll different Unionist parties in seats across Scotland to try to derail the SNP’s bid for a second independence referendum.
Parliament may end up "cancelling Brexit" if an exit deal is not finalised in the next two weeks, according to Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
A Highlands MP has paid tribute to the Royal Marines after trading Westminster for one of their elite training bases in the Arctic.
North politicians have urged Royal Bank of Scotland to call a halt to proposed branch closures after the company announced a £792 million profit in the first three months of 2018.
Growing up in Sanday in the late 70s and 80s, I well remember the MV Orcadia steaming into Kettletoft on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Aberdeen’s opposition parties have expressed “no confidence” in a new cost-cutting model - which aims to slash £125million from council spending over five years.
Alistair Carmichael: Fairer ferry funding means SNP must stop treating northern isles as remote political afterthought
If you live in an island then the thing that matters more than anything else is transport.
Vince Cable: We must give people chance to stop Conservatives driving us off Brexit trade deal cliff
The Liberal Democrats recently unveiled research by the London School of Economics which shows the Scottish economy will be hit to the tune of £30bn should Theresa May take us out of the EU without a trade deal in March 2019.
Tim Farron is quitting as leader of the Liberal Democrats saying he cannot carry on the face of continuing questions over his Christian faith.
Jamie Stone has now completed the rare hat-trick of councillor, MSP and MP as the new member for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross.
Re-elected MP for Orkney and Shetland Alistair Carmichael has described the opportunities for the Liberal Democrats of exerting political influence on the newly elected parliament as "quite significant".
Alistair Carmichael has been re-elected as MP for Orkney and Shetland.
SNP's Paul Monaghan has lost his Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross seat to local Liberal Democrat Jamie Stone.
Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has lost his seat in one of the most high-profile defeats of the night.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Kezia Dugdale told her 'in private' that Labour should drop their opposition to a new vote on Scottish independence in the aftermath of the EU referendum.
A Lib Dem candidate who said he supported a second independence referendum has insisted the comment was tongue-in-cheek.
Aberdeenshire's SNP leader has warned the new council administration that his group is waiting in the wings to seize power again if they slip up.
Charles Kennedy's family is determined to remember the good times they shared with him as they face the first anniversary of his death.
Opposition councillors were accused of "mischief-making" yesterday after claiming Aberdeenshire Council's priorities for the next three years had not been unanimously agreed.
An SNP bid to throw a long-standing Aberdeenshire councillor from his senior post on a cross-council transport partnership ended in compromise yesterday.
A long-standing Aberdeenshire councillor is facing his second leadership test in the space of a week after SNP colleagues lodged a fresh bid to boot him from a cross-council transport partnership.
The Conservatives claimed victory at an Aberdeenshire by-election yesterday, while the SNP cemented its hold on the area.
Lib Dems would unite with Tories and Labour despite “shambolic” and “secretive” Better Together campaign
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said he would work with Labour and the Tories if there was a second referendum on independence, despite branding the Better Together campaign that won last year’s vote as “shambolic“ and “secretive”.
Youngsters from Charles Kennedy's former primary school will play a part in the former Liberal Democrat leader's funeral today.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson believes her party can increase its share of the vote to nearly half a million on Thursday.
Nick Clegg has predicted that there will be another election before Christmas unless the Liberal Democrats are in government.
Danny Alexander admitted yesterday that he faces an "incredibly tough battle" to hold his seat - as he came face-to-face with his SNP challenger in the heart of Inverness.
North-east politicians are preparing for another election campaign after the date for the Troup ward by-election was announced yesterday.
A former European commissioner has suggested Scotland could not join the EU if it was using the pound without a deal with Westminster.
Aberdeen City Council has spent thousands of pounds teaching local politicians how to "speed read" paperwork.