MPs have rejected Theresa May's revised EU Withdrawal Agreement, plunging the UK into fresh political crisis.
Scottish Labour conference: Jeremy Corbyn warns party will be locked out of Number 10 without civil war ceasefire
Jeremy Corbyn has warned his party to stop in-fighting if they want to see Labour in power.
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.
Dundee lecture preview: Former Labour minister Douglas Alexander on why the ‘politics of solidarity’ are the key to tackling poverty at home and abroad
Michael Alexander speaks to Britain’s former International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander ahead of a global poverty talk he is giving with Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross in Dundee.
Q&A: ‘UK may have tilted to slightly more pro-Remain than pro-Leave’ – Sir John Curtice talks Brexit divide on Dundee visit
Sir John Curtice, one of the UK's top political forecasters, shared his views on the UK's impending exit from the European Union, the "polarised" state of the nation and the case for Scottish independence during a visit to Dundee.
The overwhelming rejection of Theresa May’s deal leaves her government within 24 hours of collapse.
Theresa May heads to Brussels on Thursday seeking fresh concessions for her Brexit deal after emerging from a confidence vote by Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
BREXIT LATEST: Crisis for Prime Minister Theresa May after her Brexit secretary Dominic Raab resigns
Prime Minister Theresa May faces a new crisis of confidence after Dominic Raab resigned as Brexit Secretary, saying he "cannot in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the EU".
The Tay Cities Deal is being delayed in the wake of the jobs crisis at Michelin.
Migrant communities in Fife feel that “trust” has been broken and continue to worry about uncertainties of what the final Brexit outcome will be, and how it may affect them, says the chairwoman of Fife Migrants Forum (FMF) in Kirkcaldy.