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.
Britain's highest court has ruled that the UK's exit from the European Union cannot take place without it being approved by MPs.
Information about potentially key people at the centre of the Supreme Court's Brexit case will be withheld due to "threats of serious violence".
Nicola Sturgeon has demanded that an independence referendum is held before the UK leaves the EU.
New Angus MP Kirstene Hair has paid tribute to her predecessor along with political friends and foes in her maiden Westminster speech.
A fresh appeal has been launched by the Scottish Government for a working partnership between Westminster and Holyrood to tackle the drugs deaths epidemic.
Police officers are “considered expendable” by being pitched against armed terrorists without the means to protect themselves, says a union boss.
Theresa May said there is “no turning back” as she fired the starting gun on the UK’s departure from the EU.
Ruth Davidson called for the party to unite behind Theresa May in a direct plea to conspirators plotting against the prime minister.
Theresa May brushed off the demand for an independence referendum, saying not enough people in Scotland want a rerun of the “once in a generation” vote.