Candidates from the UK’s tightest constituency took to St Andrews University last night to field questions from a lively audience, who at times broke out into arguments among themselves.
The UK’s most marginal constituency is set to go right to the wire again after a new poll sugested the only seat the SNP are set to lose on December 12 is North East Fife.
A political fund for MPs who support remaining in the EU set up by late Liberal grandee Paddy Ashdown has offered its support to a second candidate in North East Fife.
The Liberal Democrat leader claimed a second independence vote would add to the chaos of Brexit as she brought her party’s campaign to Fife.
A senior Conservative cabinet minister's bold claim his party could challenge the SNP and Liberal Democrats in the country’s most marginal seat when a general election is called has been branded “pie in the sky”.
The Scottish MP hoping to lead the Liberal Democrats at Westminster said there would be no arrangement to cede the North East Fife seat to the SNP, following a similar deal in Wales to “guarantee” a pro-EU MP.
Communities in north east Fife have gathered to step up their campaign for the creation of an 11-mile shared path stretching from Crail to St Andrews.