A north-east MP has been asked to play a role at the Department for International Trade.
The Government has responded to research claiming nearly half of artists are sexually harassed in the music industry, saying such “vile behaviour” must be stopped.
Since taking on the role of International Trade Secretary I have strived to set out my vision for future trade.
Whisky duty could be cut in next month’s Budget to offset punitive US tariffs that come into force today, UK ministers have signalled.
Distillers will today demand that Trade Secretary Liz Truss pulls out all the stops to save the whisky industry from damaging US tariffs.
Scotland's budget will be cut by more than £200 million next year to compensate for an income tax take of almost £1 billion less than forecast.
Donald Trump has been slammed by one of Boris Johnson's chief allies for "slagging off" Theresa May during a furious transatlantic row that lead to the resignation of the British ambassador.
The ambition of the wave and tidal industry is not being matched by the UK Government, a former Scottish secretary has warned.
The BBC’s flagship political debate programme faced going on air with a reduced line-up after a Conservative MP got stuck on a train.
The BBC’s flagship political debate programme had a reduced line-up after a Conservative MP got stuck on a train and missed the show.
A £200 million bid from Moray to deliver an economic boom to the region is being prioritised by the UK Government due to its contribution to the country’s economy.
Theresa May continued to bring in sweeping changes to the Cabinet yesterday, with Michael Gove among the biggest casualties.
A vote for Brexit risks devastating the livelihoods of thousands of British sheep farmers, the environment secretary has warned.
A vote to leave the European Union would leave Britain's farmers facing years of uncertainty and risk being denied access to vital markets, Defra secretary Liz Truss has said.
UK Environment Secretary Liz Truss insisted yesterday she has not ruled out bidding for EU cash to help victims of the winter floods.
Defra Secretary Liz Truss yesterday admitted there was no plan B for farm subsidies in the event of Britain leaving Europe.
Scotland's deputy first minister has announced more funding will be made available for councils - including Aberdeenshire - that have been hardest hit by severe flooding.
Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged full government support for the British farming sector.