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.
The fresh produce industry will “regress catastrophically” if Brexit makes it any harder to recruit workers, a Fife farming leader has warned.
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.
Secret cross-party talks have started between rebel Conservatives and senior opposition MPs aimed at bouncing the UK Government into key Brexit concessions, The Courier can reveal.
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.
The Government has urged the UK's highest court to overturn a ruling that the Prime Minister must seek MPs' approval to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the European Union.
Six months to Brexit: No deal could be ‘catastrophe’ for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry, says Tayside boss
A no deal Brexit could be a “catastrophe” for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry with the worst case scenario being that 90% of the 4500 seasonal workers required to pick the crop in Courier Country next summer could disappear overnight.
It's a time when most families are busy preparing for time off work, a mountain of shopping, and digging the tree out of the garage.
Voters are heading to the polls for the European Parliament elections.