More than two-fifths of Scots have felt powerless, angry or worried in the last year because of Brexit, according to a charity survey.
The armed forces have set up a command centre in an underground bunker as part of contingency plans for the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
A public interest test for the transfer of significant areas of land would be a “powerful tool” to reform land ownership in Scotland, the Environment Secretary has said.
A new policy on sexual harassment has come into force at the Scottish Parliament.
It would be impossible to have all medications for mental health problems prescribed by a specialist, a senior doctor has said.
ScotRail is in the “last-chance saloon” over its performance, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has made clear her determination to tackle far-right extremism in the wake of the terror attack on two New Zealand mosques.
Police officers do not all know about dog control legislation introduced by Holyrood almost a decade ago, MSPs have been told.
Scotland’s councils are dealing with rising demands for care and increasing staff sickness rates while day-to-day funding from the Scottish Government has fallen in real terms over the last six years, a new report has warned.
Nearly two-thirds of Muslim women in Scotland surveyed have witnessed or experienced Islamophobia.
Reforms aimed at increasing the share of public sector contracts going to Scotland’s small businesses have had “little impact”, a new report has claimed.
Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire after pulling out of Brexit crisis talks with Theresa May because members of the breakaway Independent Group were present.
Theresa May has said in a televised statement that it was a matter of “great personal regret” that she is asking the EU for a “short delay” to the Brexit process.
Extending free bus passes to all young Scots up to the age of 25 could cost as much as £230 million a year, the Transport Secretary has said.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hylsop has said the Scottish Government will bring forward legislation that could result in a new levy being charged on hotel stays – despite refusing to say if she supports the change.
Nearly 100,000 operations have been cancelled across Scotland’s NHS since 2016.
A major golf event coming to Scotland this year will not use volunteers as shop assistants, unlike the Ryder Cup, MSPs have been told.
Scotland’s economy grew more than that of the UK in the final three months of 2018.
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A proposed shake-up of council wards in local authorities covering Scotland’s islands has taken a step forward.
Theresa May’s Government has “sold out” Scotland during the Brexit process at the same time as other parts of the UK have been “bought off” with “bungs”, Holyrood’s Finance Secretary said.
A court hearing over an allegation that Tommy Robinson committed contempt of court by filming people in a criminal trial and broadcasting footage on social media has been postponed.
Beavers will be given legal protection in Scotland after an attempt by a Conservative MSP to prevent the move was voted down.
A woman has called her husband “mad” after he spent more than £600 on a shop in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.
Unemployment in Scotland has fallen by more than a fifth in the last year, with the jobless total down to a record low of 94,000.
An official report on the impact of Brexit on rural Scotland has included the quote: “We are f*****,” it can be revealed.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has written to Prime Minister Theresa May to raise her concerns over the role of the devolved administrations during the Brexit talks.
Police in Scotland will be ready to respond to any emergencies during an “unprecedented set of circumstances” following Brexit, a senior officer has said.
Poorer families, severely disabled people and female lone parents are among those in Scotland whose household income is taking the biggest hit from tax and spending plans, new research indicates.
A new drive has been launched to encourage recently retired doctors to return to work to help services in rural areas which struggle to recruit.
Eurostar is urging passengers to avoid travelling until after Wednesday unless their journey is “absolutely necessary”.
Scotland’s needs are being “totally ignored” by Westminster while the case for Scotland governing itself has never been stronger, the First Minister has said.