If MPs could turn back the clock a few months I wonder how many would now vote for Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement, painstakingly yet thanklessly negotiated with Brussels.
Hundreds of hens are ready to start a free-range retirement in Scotland as much-loved pets – but only if homes can be found for them by the end of next week.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s motive for an “exceptionally long” prorogation was to “silence” Parliament, Supreme Court justices have heard.
Judges at Scotland’s highest civil court are waiting to see if Boris Johnson fully complies with the Benn Act in seeking a Brexit extension before making a decision on whether he has broken the law.
Liberal Democrats are promising Scots a “brighter future” by halting both Brexit and SNP demands for a second independence vote.
A UK Government lawyer has told judges the courts would have to “deal with” what happens “in some way” if the Prime Minister breached an order to request a Brexit extension.
The UK Government’s most senior adviser on Scottish law has been cleared of professional misconduct following a conviction for a firearms offence.
Her appointment was hardly unexpected, but Royal Bank of Scotland’s decision to select Alison Rose as its next top boss was undeniably momentous.
Calls for a review into the fatal accident inquiry process have been made, four years on from the tragic M9 deaths of Lamara Bell and John Yuill.
Around 200 people armed with water pistols turned out to test a protective covering installed around a popular Charles Rennie Mackintosh attraction.