The Scottish Government will propose a series of reforms to devolution shortly – though Constitutional Relations Secretary Mike Russell has insisted independence is the only way to become a “modern state”.
Nicola Sturgeon was told she "simply wasn't bright enough to understand" Theresa May's Brexit deal, MPs have heard.
UK ministers are living in a Brexit “fantasy world”, Scotland’s Constitutional Relations Secretary has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has thrown her support behind Labour MP Yvette Cooper’s Article 50 amendment, which the SNP in Westminster will back on Tuesday.
Scottish constitutional relations secretary Mike Russell has labelled comments made by Tory MP Mark Francois about “German bullying” as obscene.
Theresa May is today poised for a head-to-head with Nicola Sturgeon amid escalating tensions with the Scottish Government over her Brexit divorce deal.
Hopes of an agreed amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill between devolved and UK governments have been dashed once again.
Scottish and UK politicians continue to be locked in talks over the repatriation of powers following Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
A promise to amend the Brexit deal around the repatriation of powers to devolved governments has been broken by Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
Ministers have disagreed over whether any progress has been made in the latest devolved nations’ Brexit negotiations.
Brexit Minister Mike Russell yesterday claimed that Scotland would be placed at a “competitive disadvantage” if Northern Ireland was the only country to benefit from special arrangements for leaving the EU.
Theresa May has promised EU citizens she will make it “as easy as possible” for them to obtain settled status in the UK after Brexit.
Scottish and Welsh ministers have put pressure on David Davis, telling him a no-deal Brexit would be “completely and utterly unacceptable” ahead of an eleventh-hour dinner with EU bosses in Brussels.
Brexit could have a “devastating impact” on Camphill communities in Scotland supporting people with learning disabilities, according to a report from the charity.
Aberdeen is facing a brain drain of EU citizens, with almost 50% planning to leave Scotland due to Brexit, it has been claimed.
Talks on devolved powers coming back to Scotland when the UK leaves the European Union have ended in deadlock once again.
The UK and Scottish governments will today continue Brexit talks in Edinburgh.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted the Queen's Speech is about "bringing our United Kingdom closer together" amid warnings Brexit must not be used as a vehicle to concentrate power at Westminster.
David Mundell has claimed Scottish ministers asked the UK Government not to publish its response to the proposed separate plan on Brexit for Scotland.
Scotland’s Brexit minister has welcomed confirmation from Spain that it would not initially block an independent Scotland’s attempts to join the European Union (EU).
SNP Westminster Leader Angus Robertson has warned Theresa May that denying Scotland a choice on its future will make independence "inevitable".
A row erupted last night over claims the prime minister pledged to secure an "agreed" UK-wide approach before triggering Brexit.
Theresa May remains on course to trigger Brexit next month after MPs overwhelmingly backed legislation that will fire the starting gun on formal withdrawal negotiations.
The SNP has accused the UK Government of failing to provide a "guarantee" in its Brexit strategy that repatriated powers in areas already devolved will fall under Holyrood's remit.
Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell has warned the continuing presence of EU nationals will be crucial to sustaining population levels and the economy north of the border.
Scottish Government ministers will be in Brussels today for talks aimed at averting a so-called "hard Brexit" for Scotland.
Theresa May has slapped down the SNP's demand for greater involvement in the Brexit negotiations, insisting they are the job of the UK Government and "nobody else".
A north-east campaigner is calling for “standardised” teaching materials on same-sex relationships to be introduced in all primary schools.
Golden handshakes are failing to cure the rural GP crisis, according to the Scottish health secretary.