Labour grandee Tam Dalyell has said those in the party warming to Scottish independence on the back of the Brexit vote are “living in fairyland”.
John Swinney derided the return of Better Together when opposition leaders told him the economic case for independence is “well and truly bust”.
Judges are so ingrained in the pro-EU elite in British society that it is difficult to trust them, Nigel Farage has claimed.
Kezia Dugdale should row back on her opposition to independence and seize control of the debate by calling for a “radical alternative” to the constitutional status quo, say a former Labour first minister.
A Conservative councillor who was banned from the classroom has attacked the SNP over teacher shortages.
A former cabinet secretary has suggested re-writing the Tay Cities Deal wish-list because of its reliance on a “jobs bonanza myth”.
Parts of Scotland would have special access to EU workers under a proposal mooted by the Scottish Secretary.
Nicola Sturgeon has promised that the Scottish Parliament will have the opportunity to vote against Brexit.
Motorists have each saved thousands of pounds since The Courier’s victorious campaign to scrap bridge tolls.
Theresa May said there is “no turning back” as she fired the starting gun on the UK’s departure from the EU.