Scotland's Brexit minister has said the path to an independent Scotland joining the EU is more open than it has ever been before, sentiments shared by former council president Herman Van Rompuy.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m sorry’: SNP member due to probe anti-Semitism resigns after her own anti-Semitic posts exposed
A Dundee SNP conduct committee member has apologised “profusely” for anti-Semitic social media posts and resigned from the party.
An English-born Conservative has said the "true mask of nationalism has slipped" after a political rival posted a video threatening to send him homeward.
The shadow chancellor John McDonnell has claimed the SNP are "Tories" as he ruled out forming a coalition with the party in the event of a hung parliament.
The Scottish Finance Secretary has insisted the country would be better off independent, despite latest statistics showing a deficit of £12.6 billion last year.
Vital projects funded by the Tay Cities Deal could be put at risk by the general election, The Courier can reveal.
The Scottish Government is set on continuing with a standard deposit return scheme price and the inclusion of glass, despite concerns raised from drinks-industry leaders.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has announced he is standing down immediately as an MP following accusations which surfaced in a Sunday newspaper.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to apologise to Britain’s Jewish community during Andrew Neil interview
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn last night refused to apologise to Britain's Jewish community for the unease and “anxiety” in the wake of the party’s anti-Semitism scandal.
The Scottish Police Federation has warned a decision not to exempt emergency services from the so-called car park tax could endanger public safety.