The trial of a cab drivers’ union boss accused of assaulting two police officers by using a megaphone collapsed because there was no evidence he committed a crime.
Boris Johnson is planning to "love bomb" Scotland in a bid to stem support for independence.
Boris Johnson may have clinched the Tory majority he wished for, but results in Scotland and Northern Ireland bring the future of the Union back into focus.
Theresa May last night urged her successor not to take the Union “for granted” as she warned that Nicola Sturgeon was only interested in breaking up the UK.
Industrial action by air traffic controllers has been suspended while they are balloted on a new pay offer.
Former staff at Jamie’s Italian restaurant chain in Scotland are speaking out about being made redundant last month with only half an hour's notice despite previous assurances from senior managers that all was well at the business.
Trade unions are to make the legal case for Scottish Government intervention in offshore wind jobs during a summit at Holyrood today.
Shop workers in Scotland are abused, threatened or assaulted over 20 times a year on average.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport have voted in favour of strike action over a pay claim for 2019 and following proposals to close the final salary pension scheme.
Union chiefs have accused the Scottish Government of “brushing off” calls for an external independent inquiry into allegations of a “culture of bullying and harassment” at NHS Highland.
Workers trade union Unite has announced that its members working on the Equinor Mariner platform have voted in favour of strike action.
Michael Gove has revealed that he believes Brexit has strengthened unionism and forced the “nationalist threat” from the SNP into retreat.
A North Sea union boss lashed out last night after it emerged BP chief executive Bob Dudley’s pay package for 2017 soared by more than £1million to £9.5million.
JA union boss has said that striking Aberdeen bus drivers are “extremely committed” to their industrial action as a week-long walk-out begins today.
The decision to send a group of oil workers ashore after they refused to get into lifeboats on a rig is “outrageous”, a union boss has said.
Every ambulance station along the A9 corridor in the Highlands should be fully manned 24 hours a day, according to union chiefs who fear the service is reaching crisis point regarding fatigue absences.
Around 40 Unite union members at a north-east housing firm joined in a day of industrial action yesterday.
Union bosses are locked in a dispute with the council over the alleged handling of cannabis lollipops in Aberdeen schools.
The prime minister will today pledge to put strengthening and sustaining the union at the heart of her plan for the country.
Chancellor, Philip Hammond, is expected to extol the benefits of the "union in action" when he sets out his financial plan for the whole country today.
Theresa May has accused the SNP of treating people's lives as a "game" and urged Nicola Sturgeon to throw off her "tunnel vision" on independence.
Theresa May has refused to apologise amid claims her attitude to Brexit is risking the break-up of the UK.
Union members have gone into official dispute with employers in a move which could lead to a vote on industrial action.
Council chiefs on Orkney have been accused of launching "an attack" on hundreds of the authority's lowest paid workers.
Offshore workers will be balloted again next week over North Sea strike action after negotiations brought a fresh proposal from unions and Wood Group.
Maritime and oil and gas unions have adopted a united front against industry’s “race to the bottom”, it emerged today.
Union bosses painted a bleak picture of “disengaged and demoralised” offshore workers living in a “culture of fear” yesterday, as they warned of a move towards industrial conflict in the North Sea.
The OCA’s (Offshore Contractors Association) chief executive Bill Murray said a vote by unions in favour of an offer would allow companies and employees to “move forward” after a year-long dispute.
A radical proposal for shutting down Highland Council at lunchtime on Fridays as a budget saving was branded "unviable" last night by a union representing some of the 10,000 staff.
Scotland’s largest trade union has today given its backing to Neil Findlay MSP in the contest for the next Scottish Labour leader.