Every Tory council leader in Scotland has signed a pledge opposing the introduction of a workplace parking levy.
As I sit poised over my keyboard, this normally mild mannered and reasonable man is angry and the end of his tether is nigh. Who is finding it hard to extend feelings of goodwill to his fellow men and women. Not, I hasten to add, to you dear reader. But to 650 of our fellow citizens who sit in the House of Commons.
Ruth Davidson has hailed the Prime Minister’s “cojones of steel” as she gave her full support to her party’s under-fire leader.
Enough Tory MPs have now requested a vote of confidence in Theresa May to trigger a leadership contest.
Theresa May has called off tomorrow night’s crunch Commons vote on her Brexit deal in the face of almost certain defeat.
The Scottish National Party has won another seat on Highland Council after a recording a success in a by-election.
Tories have set out plans for a major overhaul of drugs services, including proposals which could see first time offenders escape a criminal record.
A north-east MSP mixed up in a lobbying controversy is expected to learn his fate next week.
Cosmo Ludovik Fawkes-Hunt, 13th Earl of Kinmuck
Fly-tippers are going unpunished for spoiling the north-east’s scenic landscapes, new figures have revealed.
SNP membership has overtaken the Conservatives for the first time, pushing the party of government into third place.
Patients have failed to turn up for more than 30,000 hospital appointments so far this year, potentially costing NHS Grampian millions of pounds.
Chaos-hit Moray Council has been plunged into further disarray after its remaining administration members stepped down, leaving a power vacuum.
Health boards in the north of Scotland are falling behind when it comes to offering support to people diagnosed with dementia, it has emerged.
A Tory MSP has quit his front bench role at Holyrood after failing to mention he holds 50,000 shares in the business he lobbied councillors to support.
The Scottish Government was a “breathtaking” £80 billion away from achieving its top five economic targets, the Tories have claimed.
SNP budget demands are merely “manufacturing grievance”, according to a north-east MSP.
Ruth Davidson told the Conservative Party faithful yesterday that the Tories will burst Jeremy Corbyn’s bubble, just as they had burst the SNP’s in May’s election.
The SNP's deputy leader has warned a vote for the Conservatives would be like political "self-harm" for the Scottish public.
It became clear early on that the Conservatives were set to be the big winners in the local elections.
Local Elections 2017: Tories make serious gains, Labour in disappointing collapse… Have the SNP reached their peak?
Nicola Sturgeon may have described it as a "clear victory" for the SNP but it will be the Tories and Labour who will come away from today's local elections with the most to ponder.
VIDEO: ‘When Scotland is flourishing, the UK is flourishing’… Theresa May visits north-east during election campaign
Theresa May has said she will work to ensure that Scotland and the UK “flourish together” as she made her first trip of the General Election campaign north of the border.
Alex Salmond discusses the reasons why Tories face a rocky road to the general election.
Banff and Buchan MP Eilidh Whiteford will face an oil and gas consultant she has known since her school days in the fight to keep her seat at the general election, The Press and Journal can reveal.
Nicola Sturgeon will call on Scots voters to back the SNP in what she has described as a "two-horse race" with the Tories.
Nicola Sturgeon says she would support a boycott against a "disgusting proposal" from the UK Government to force companies to disclose information about the foreign workers they employ.
The chancellor is poised to snub further pleas for help from the oil and gas industry amid the continuing downturn.
Aberdeenshire Council's ruling SNP group has been challenged to put north-east residents before "the party in Edinburgh" as the row over proposed changes to council tax deepens.
Liberal Democrat members are today expected to endorse a proposal to give the British people a referendum on the UK Government's final Brexit deal, with the option of remaining in the EU.
A north-east MSP is facing allegations he failed to declare using his own office during the campaign to win his seat.
A group of 36 Conservative MPs has written to Prime Minister Theresa May calling for a change in farm subsidy payments to make them more green.
The SNP and Tories united in mockery of Labour's ongoing turmoil yesterday with a Cabinet minister questioning the party's ability to run the country when it could not even organise its own coup.