Police officers are “considered expendable” by being pitched against armed terrorists without the means to protect themselves, says a union boss.
The SNP is “itching” to mimic the Leave campaign’s negative tactics in a re-run of the 2014 referendum, says Ruth Davidson.
Judges are so ingrained in the pro-EU elite in British society that it is difficult to trust them, Nigel Farage has claimed.
The Prime Minster was accused of breaking her promise not to trigger Article 50 without securing agreement from the devolved administrations.
Kezia Dugdale issued a “cast iron guarantee” to oppose Nicola Sturgeon’s demands for another independence referendum.
A Dundee MP has called for Theresa May to catch up with her opposite number in Scotland and publish a Brexit masterplan.
Nicola Sturgeon is threatening to get involved in a legal fight to force Theresa May to call a Commons vote on Brexit.
Campaigners have won their High Court battle over Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative in her Brexit strategy.
The fresh produce industry will “regress catastrophically” if Brexit makes it any harder to recruit workers, a Fife farming leader has warned.
EU countries are willing to do a Brexit deal which combines “easy” trade and controlled migration, the chair of Brussels’ single market committee has claimed.