The SNP’s Westminster leader has written to Scottish Labour MPs calling on them to reject the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal and support a second referendum.
Pensioners in Scotland have consistently been "short changed" by the Tories in Westminster, MPs have heard.
Theresa May yesterday told the SNP to empower local government instead of “hoarding power” at Holyrood after Moray Council cuts were raised at Prime Minister’s Questions.
The SNP is to call for the clock to be stopped on Brexit when it lodges an amendment to the Prime Minister’s blueprint.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court accused of multiple counts of sexual assault and attempted rape.
Amid the cacophony of Brexit chaos and the pitiful bleating of Theresa May’s struggle for survival, the unmistakable sound of indyref2 sabre-rattling can be heard against the din.
Nicola Sturgeon has voiced scepticism over Theresa May’s promise of an “enhanced role” for the devolved governments in Brexit negotiations.
A leading SNP MP has called on the party’s leadership to drop calls for a second European referendum and instead put the case for a fresh vote on Scottish independence to the “fore”.
Alex Salmond has pledged to end the “uncivil war” with Nicola Sturgeon’s camp which developed amid the fallout from sexual misconduct allegations against him.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has said that the Prime Minister needs to “fundamentally change her position” to end the Brexit deadlock.
An “historic and generation-defining failure” by the Conservatives on Brexit strengthens the case for Scottish independence, the SNP has claimed.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has written to the Prime Minister saying cross-party talks about a future Brexit deal must have a second referendum on the table to have any meaning.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has said another EU referendum must be on the table for cross-party Brexit talks to take place with the Prime Minister.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson criticised for calling the SNP muppets and comparing Nicola Sturgeon to Miss Piggy
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been criticised for posting a tweet comparing the SNP to muppets and Nicola Sturgeon to Miss Piggy.
A former SNP MP who quit the party following an investigation into alleged mortgage fraud has confirmed she has rejoined.
The Scottish Government will be “intensifying” its calls for a second European referendum in the wake of the Commons Brexit vote, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Brexit chaos engulfing Britain makes the case for Scottish independence “increasingly clear”, Nicola Sturgeon said.
SNP politicians call for an emergency meeting to help safeguard the future of a stricken Aberdeen paper mill
As announced earlier today, more than 450 jobs are currently hanging in the balance after the troubled owners of the Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood Mill in Bucksburn announced they had gone into receivership in France.
The Scottish Parliament will mount its own investigation into the fallout from sexual misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond.
Nicola Sturgeon’s chief of staff suspected a complaint had been made to the Scottish Government about Alex Salmond the month before he informed his successor about the probe, it has been claimed.
The SNP in Aberdeen has called for the city’s depute provost Alan Donnelly to be suspended from his party’s group, following allegations of sexual harassment.
Nicola Sturgeon has referred herself to a ministerial watchdog after questions were raised surrounding her conduct during the Alex Salmond sexual misconduct case.
Nicola Sturgeon was accompanied by her chief of staff when Alex Salmond told her the Scottish Government was investigating sexual misconduct allegations against him, but she has insisted the meeting was not Government business.
A former member of the Scottish cabinet has called for a public inquiry to be mounted into the administration’s “unlawful” handling of sexual misconduct complaints against Alex Salmond.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last night apologised to the two women who made sexual harassment complaints against Alex Salmond after the collapse of the Scottish Government’s investigation into the claims.
The Scottish Government has conceded defeat in its legal battle with former First Minister Alex Salmond but it's likely that the fall-out is only just beginning.
Brexit has “materially strengthened” the case for Scottish independence, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Political campaigner who sold most ice cream in the Highlands and played tennis against Fred Perry dies aged 102
A political campaigner who once played tennis with Fred Perry during a rich and varied life has died at the age of 102.
An Aberdeen councillor who moved to Scotland from France more than 30 years ago will refuse to apply to remain in the UK after Brexit, labelling the process a "disgraceful indignity".
Politicians have dubbed Aberdeen council’s decision to spend cash repairing its staff car park “bizarre” while other roads are neglected.
A north-east MSP has claimed planned changes to the immigration system will damage Scotland’s “economy, communities, NHS and public services.”
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged to back a motion of no confidence in the Government tabled by the smaller opposition parties at Westminster.