David Mundell MP has left his role as secretary of state for Scotland.
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.
Now the leadership campaign is done and dusted, Boris can sit back, take Her Majesty’s invite to become PM in his stride and look forward to a well-earned summer holiday.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to continue preparations for a second independence referendum as she congratulated Boris Johnson on his election to leader of the Conservative party.
Bosses at a Fife packaging firm have slammed prime ministerial contender Boris Johnson after discovering he used one of their products to bash food standards legislation.
The Home Secretary has reiterated his outright refusal to change legislation which would allow for safe drug consumption rooms in Scotland.
The leading doctor in Tayside's approach to tackling the city's "harrowing" drugs crisis has said a public health approach will help prevent future generations of at-risk people become death statistics.
A fresh appeal has been launched by the Scottish Government for a working partnership between Westminster and Holyrood to tackle the drugs deaths epidemic.
The Scottish MP hoping to lead the Liberal Democrats at Westminster said there would be no arrangement to cede the North East Fife seat to the SNP, following a similar deal in Wales to “guarantee” a pro-EU MP.
A former prime minister has slammed the reaction of the UK and Scottish governments following news Scotland had the highest drug death rate in the developed world.