Hopes that Theresa May’s Cabinet might sign off a Brexit deal on Tuesday appear to have been dashed, as both the EU and UK sides said issues remain to be settled.
An initiative set up to tackle the problem of holiday hunger in Scotland’s largest city provided more than 130,000 meals to almost 15,000 youngsters.
New legislation to help protect victims of stalking will be brought forward at the Scottish Parliament this week.
Cabinet ministers appeared at odds over whether the UK could secure a unilateral exit from a Brexit backstop deal on Northern Irish border arrangements.
Hardline Tory Brexiteers and the DUP have joined forces to warn they are prepared to vote down Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plans.
The Justice Secretary has said “there are rightly questions being asked” following the death of a teenager at a young offenders’ institution.
Jo Johnson has signalled that more ministers may be poised to quit over Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans.
Brexit has highlighted “real weaknesses” in the UK’s devolution settlement, Nicola Sturgeon said, as she again urged Tory leaders to consider keeping the whole UK in the single market.
Politicians, business leaders and trade unions will join forces in a bid to save the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee.
Cabinet minister Jeremy Wright has revealed he has a “very large” collection of Lego, which he uses to unwind after a stressful day at work.