The overwhelming rejection of Theresa May’s deal leaves her government within 24 hours of collapse.
St Andrews terrorism expert ‘extremely worried’ about Brexit ignorance at ‘highest levels’ of British government
As St Andrews University’s world-renowned Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence launches its 25th anniversary celebrations, Michael Alexander learns more about how the violence of 'killing strangers' became modern.
VisitScotland says it’s too early to know what the impact of Brexit might be on Scottish tourism after March 29, 2019.
Six months to Brexit: No deal could be ‘catastrophe’ for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry, says Tayside boss
A no deal Brexit could be a “catastrophe” for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry with the worst case scenario being that 90% of the 4500 seasonal workers required to pick the crop in Courier Country next summer could disappear overnight.
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.
BREXIT LATEST: Crisis for Prime Minister Theresa May after her Brexit secretary Dominic Raab resigns
Prime Minister Theresa May faces a new crisis of confidence after Dominic Raab resigned as Brexit Secretary, saying he "cannot in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the EU".
David Cameron has announced he will stand down after Britain voted to leave the EU.
Police have been out in force patrolling election counts across the country in the wake of recent deadly terror attacks in Manchester and London.
The Cricket World Cup drama on BBC radio was bliss.
Britain as a whole has opted for divorce with Brussels, but Scotland voted strongly to remain. What happens next?