MPs have rejected Theresa May's revised EU Withdrawal Agreement, plunging the UK into fresh political crisis.
MPs will today decide whether to back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal and pave the way for the UK to leave the EU on October 31.
Scotland’s only woman Conservative MP said she is one of the most abused politicians in the country and receives threats on a weekly basis.
Jenny Hjul: Is Labour Party split a prelude to a realignment in British politics – or a flash in the pan?
The breakaway faction of the Labour Party could be the prelude to a realignment in British politics, or it could be a flash in the pan.
The overwhelming rejection of Theresa May’s deal leaves her government within 24 hours of collapse.
You may have had enough of seeing him on TV every day as the Brexit saga rumbles on seemingly without an end in sight, but Boris Johnson is set to make dozens of appearances in Courier Country this week.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on campaign trail in Arbroath as SNP target Kirstene Hair’s Angus seat
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hit the campaign trail in Angus today with a defiant call to kick out the Tories.
Embattled Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell has refused to rule out serving under incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson, despite previously suggesting he could not.
Boris Johnson declared yesterday he was “delighted” with Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson despite her refusal to support a no-deal Brexit.
VIDEO: ‘Maybe the NHS needs legislation to protect it from Nicola Sturgeon’ says Andrew Neil in BBC interview with first minister
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last night admitted the Scottish Government had “not been good enough” after failing to meet a majority of its health service targets.