The UK budget will take a £66 billion annual hit if Britain goes for a so-called hard Brexit, Cabinet ministers have been warned.
Police have been out in force patrolling election counts across the country in the wake of recent deadly terror attacks in Manchester and London.
Brexit: Prime Minister under pressure but insists St Andrews will still attract ‘brightest and best’
Theresa May has claimed that St Andrews University will still attract “the brightest and best” as she was forced to defend her post-Brexit immigration policies.
Theresa May is at risk of joining her predecessor in making one of the biggest gaffes in British electoral history as polls showed another narrowing of the Conservative lead.
Officials at American bank JP Morgan have said they expect Scotland to vote Yes to independence in a second referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon is launching a trade offensive in the EU as part of a campaign to tell Europe that Scotland is “open for business”.
Britain as a whole has opted for divorce with Brussels, but Scotland voted strongly to remain. What happens next?
Theresa May's first day in office and her Cabinet announcements dominated the front pages on Thursday.
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged to reconsider his position as Labour leader as his party was plunged into bitter recrimination after voters backed Brexit.
The Scottish Government will get an extra £350m to spend after the Chancellor splashed out on education and health south of the border.