Migrant communities in Fife feel that “trust” has been broken and continue to worry about uncertainties of what the final Brexit outcome will be, and how it may affect them, says the chairwoman of Fife Migrants Forum (FMF) in Kirkcaldy.
Six months to Brexit: More dough for your bread, farming “crippled” and fire service’s frontline shortage fears
The price of bread could rise because of Brexit, the boss of Scotland’s most modern flour mill warns.
The Chancellor is facing calls to plough cash into a fledgling sector that should bring thousands of jobs to Dundee and Fife.
The fresh produce industry will “regress catastrophically” if Brexit makes it any harder to recruit workers, a Fife farming leader has warned.
A snubbed candidate for a Fife seat at Westminster has put himself in the running for Ukip leader.
Labour’s manifesto counts for very little because voters do not see the party as credible, according to former Labour first minister Henry McLeish.
A St Andrews man left the Liberal Democrat leader stumped earlier today after the politician quizzed him on Scottish independence.
Plans to merge part of Fife with Perthshire and strip the Kingdom of an MP have been branded senseless by local voters.
Brexit: Prime Minister under pressure but insists St Andrews will still attract ‘brightest and best’
Theresa May has claimed that St Andrews University will still attract “the brightest and best” as she was forced to defend her post-Brexit immigration policies.
The great nephew of former Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee has been suspended by the Labour Party after 40 years of membership.