Labour MSPs rebelled against their leader as Holyrood voted to reject the UK Government’s plans to start the Brexit process.
Left-wing Scots are joining the SNP because of a lack of "enthusiasm" for Jeremy Corbyn north of the border, Labour's shadow chancellor has said.
Information about potentially key people at the centre of the Supreme Court's Brexit case will be withheld due to "threats of serious violence".
An independent Scotland would join the queue for European Union membership behind formerly warn-torn Balkan countries, a leading Spanish MEP has told an SNP minister.
Ruth Davidson's refusal to oppose the so-called rape clause is "utterly shameful", Nicola Sturgeon has said.
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.
It's finally here. Just five days after it was leaked to the country via the Press, Labour's manifesto will be officially unveiled.
SNP ministers have not discussed with their French counterparts how a bespoke Scottish Brexit deal would be achieved, The Courier can reveal.
Ukip has "finally given up" on electoral success in Scotland, the SNP has claimed, after it elected Paul Nuttall as Nigel Farage's successor.
NHS Tayside has scrapped plans to share data about children with social workers and school nurses following a Supreme Court ruling on the SNP’s controversial Named Person scheme.