Information about potentially key people at the centre of the Supreme Court's Brexit case will be withheld due to "threats of serious violence".
Theresa May froze Scottish ministers out of the process to start the UK's exit from the European Union on March 29, The Courier has learned.
Britain's highest court has ruled that the UK's exit from the European Union cannot take place without it being approved by MPs.
EU countries are willing to do a Brexit deal which combines “easy” trade and controlled migration, the chair of Brussels’ single market committee has claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon will be offered a direct line into the UK Government’s Brexit strategy by Thresea May.
Ukip has "finally given up" on electoral success in Scotland, the SNP has claimed, after it elected Paul Nuttall as Nigel Farage's successor.
The UK will start the formal process to quit the European Union within five months, the Prime Minister has confirmed.
UK ministers are preparing to agree a deal that would see European citizens living in Britain keep their residency rights when the country leaves the EU.
Secret cross-party talks have started between rebel Conservatives and senior opposition MPs aimed at bouncing the UK Government into key Brexit concessions, The Courier can reveal.
Theresa May was forced to laugh off calls to quit as Prime Minister after Jeremy Corbyn and one of David Cameron’s former advisers called for her to go over cuts in police numbers while she was Home Secretary.