Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and her Welsh counterpart Carwyn Jones have agreed to campaign for…
Tories say public being kept in dark
The Scottish Conservatives have accused the SNP of failing to admit the cost of separation and of ‘hiding’ behind the figures…
Labour leader targets key seats
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will step up his party’s attempt to win back disaffected Scottish supporters this week by visiting a number of target seats…
Devolved governments may be sideined
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is risking a new bust-up between Westminster and the devolved governments over his aim to make trade deals a reserved matter. ..
Government accused of irresponsibility
Former Business SecretaryVince Cable has today branded the Government’s sale of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) as “environmentally irresponsible.”..
Britain edges towards tariff plan
Britain’s future tariff arrangements with the European Union will be set out in a UK government position paper aimed at creating a post-Brexit trading partnership with the bloc…
Breakdown in talks
Scotland’s Brexit minister Mike Russell last night warned of a growing constitutional crisis following a breakdown of talks in Edinburgh over the repatriation of powers from Brussels.
Rumbles points finger at Ewing
Scottish ministers are being accused of making excuses for not hitting broadband targets..
Call for unity around plan
UK government ministers have been urged to unite around their Brexit plan and decide what they want from a deal with the EU.
As I See It
Within the next couple of weeks Scotland will have a new global leader, though you’d get good odds that no one in the Scottish Government is preparing a statement to mark the creation of Standard Life Aberdeen…