Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said that 2019 must be a year of “compromise and pragmatism” as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell
The Secretary of State for Scotland yesterday visited the north-east to pledge £16 million for the Scottish fishing industry and propose the fight for fishing rights be enshrined in law - but his words failed to convince the region's fisherman.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has denied that the UK Government’s official blueprint for Brexit is a “dead duck”.
Scotland’s share of North Sea revenues soared by more than £1 billion last year – but the nation’s deficit level was still four times higher than that of the UK.
The Scottish Parliament faces being overruled by Westminster after MSPs confirmed they would not support key Brexit legislation.
Kinloss Barracks and other Scottish military bases are safe from the axe in the next round of Ministry of Defence cutbacks, it has been revealed.
David Mundell has admitted it is now “almost inevitable” that Holyrood’s Brexit powers bid will be challenged in court - but he insisted the unprecedented move was not a “big deal”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been told by her Scottish secretary that there can be no “leeway” or “compromise” on fishing powers in the final Brexit deal.
Brexit Britain was on the brink of constitutional chaos last night after the Scottish and Welsh governments moved to block a devolution “power grab” by Westminster.
Brexit could threaten the survival of rural Scottish communities if restrictions are placed on the free movement of European workers, according to a new analysis.
The battle to save Fort George and Kinloss Barracks has been dealt a major blow after a UK Government minister admitted it was "likely" that Scottish bases would shut.
The secretary of state for Scotland will today demand an end to "bickering and blame games" at Holyrood.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will visit Mozambique next month to boost the North Sea oil and gas industry and promote links with Scotland.
SENIOR political figures last night raised hopes that Inverness is poised to secure a lucrative package of UK and Scottish government support worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has announced he is gay, describing the decision to come out publicly as one of the "most important of my life".
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said proposed City Deals for Aberdeen and Inverness will be "just a first step" on the road to boosting the regions' economy.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has raised hopes that the north-east’s £2.9billion City Deal could be signed-off before the end of the year.
The UK Government is facing renewed calls to guarantee the future of Scotland's only emergency tug vessel amid "grave concerns" it could be axed next year.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will visit Stornoway today to reaffirm Westminster's commitment to the islands.
Alex Salmond and other senior SNP figures want independence "at any cost", Conservative minister David Mundell claimed last night.
UK Government ministers will meet senior figures from Highland, Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils within weeks for detailed talks over lucrative City Deals.
A wide-ranging review of the high cost of electricity in the north and north-east will be carried out by the UK Government following a Press and Journal campaign.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell insisted last night that shamed north-east peer Lord Sewel had made a "significant" contribution to national politics – but that his decision to quit was unavoidable.
Scotland’s Deputy First Minister John Swinney has branded the UK Government’s emergency budget a “con trick” and a big attack on low income households and young people.
A row broke out yesterday after the UK Government announced that English MPs will have a veto over laws that only affected that country.
The UK Government has been warned that any move to raise the price of fuel at next month’s Budget would have a "very serious impact" on the north of Scotland.
UK Government proposals to hand more powers to Scotland have come unstuck after being rejected by a cross-party group of MSPs.