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.
Nicola Sturgeon fears Theresa May’s successor will be a Brexiteer who will send the Conservatives “lurching even further to the right”.
The authors of a major report laying bare the “burning injustices” in Dundee have resigned from their government posts.
Theresa May said there is “no turning back” as she fired the starting gun on the UK’s departure from the EU.
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.
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.
Theresa May swerved a call to name a date when the “cool people of Dundee” will benefit from an investment package worth up to £1.8bn.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was booed by a crowd of protesters as he arrived for his first official meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday.
The Chancellor is facing calls to plough cash into a fledgling sector that should bring thousands of jobs to Dundee and Fife.
Information about potentially key people at the centre of the Supreme Court's Brexit case will be withheld due to "threats of serious violence".