Controversial top secret flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA resumed at the weekend.
Prime Minister David Cameron
David Cameron has expressed his hope that an Australian family fighting deportation from the Highlands will be allowed to stay.
David Cameron today vowed his government would "never wash our hands" of the North Sea as he urged businesses to collaborate to maintain safety while keeping costs under control.
David Cameron has admitted he botched the handling of the row over his financial affairs, telling Tory activists it had “not been a great week”.
The leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats will tonight accuse David Cameron of "flirting" with an EU exit that would bring economic ruin to Scotland.
"Oh dear, oh dear, OMG, oh dear, oh dear, need to go rest in a darkened room," David Cameron read from his file of papers at the Commons Despatch Box.
Speaking in the House of Commons the Prime Minister announced plans to visit Aberdeen tomorrow (January 28). The Conservative MP for Waveney, Peter Aldous, was first to ask David Cameron a question, seeking assurances that the government will do all it can to support the north sea oil industry. Read the article on Energy Voice.
Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed that the UK will provide resettlement for thousands more Syrian refugees.
Donald Trump has expressed incredulity that the UK Government left the door open for a second vote on Scottish independence after failing to agree last year's referendum would not be repeated.
The home of north-east peer Lord Sewel was searched by police last night after an investigation was launched into allegations of drug use.
Prime Minister David Cameron is planning to take his family back to a Hebridean island for a summer holiday next month.
Energy suppliers have been overcharging customers by around £1.2billion a year, an inquiry has found.
Nicola Sturgeon is demanding that Scotland and the other devolved administrations influence the talks to renegotiate the UK’s membership of the European Union.
An MSP has called on people across the north-east to launch a “strong” campaign to ensure the UK remains part of the European Union.
Pressure for another independence referendum may become “unstoppable” if the UK votes to leave the EU, Nicola Sturgeon claimed yesterday.
Nicola Sturgeon will today urge Europe to give Scotland greater discretion in implementing regulations like the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP).
The SNP has demanded that 10 Downing Street clarify exactly who knew what regarding the civil service memo leaked by former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael during the general election campaign.
Former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has refused to resign in the face of growing calls for him to step down over a leaked memo
The SNP hope to build up a cross-party consensus to defeat UK Government efforts to repeal the Human Rights Act.
The UK’s new-look parliament took shape yesterday as the army of SNP MPs gathered to claim their place as the third-biggest party in the House of Commons.
David Cameron is prepared to consider “sensible suggestions” for more powers for Scotland.
UK Government proposals to hand more powers to Scotland have come unstuck after being rejected by a cross-party group of MSPs.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned David Cameron that Scotland "expects" extra powers to be delivered in the wake of the SNP election landslide.
A former adviser to Margaret Thatcher has been appointed Scotland Office minister in a move that was branded a "scandal" by the SNP.
Triumphant SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon yesterday warned David Cameron that "everything has changed" as she prepared for showdown talks with the prime minister.
David Cameron was accused of failing to treat the North Sea as a priority last night after appointing a 16th energy minister in 18 years.
Alex Salmond has called on Prime Minister David Cameron to abolish the Scotland Office in recognition of the new political landscape north of the border.
Nicola Sturgeon has given her “cast iron guarantee” the SNP will never back a Conservative government “no matter the arithmetic”.
Nicola Sturgeon has predicted that Ed Miliband’s statement he would prefer not to be prime minister than do a deal with the SNP will spell the end of Labour in Scotland.
Ed Milband said he would prefer to remain in opposition than get into Downing Street on the back of the SNP.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy has claimed the prime minister was “playing with fire” by talking up the chances of the SNP which has refused to rule out a second independence referendum.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has moved to reassure people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that they have nothing to fear from the SNP.