The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned the Tory leadership contenders not to “fly in the face” of the will of the people of Scotland over a second independence referendum.
The Queen hailed the Scottish Parliament as the “centre of the nation’s public life” yesterday as she joined 20th anniversary celebrations.
Twenty years ago the first Scottish Parliament in nearly 300 years opened for business.
The abuse of fireworks should be treated like knife crime, according to trading standards officials.
Scottish political party leaders have signed a joint letter urging Theresa May to reinstate free TV licences for all over-75s.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused the UK Government of escalating tensions with Iran without “credible evidence” that Tehran was responsible for attacks on two oil tankers.
Police are investigating the potential harm inflicted to Scottish patients by a bogus psychiatrist who practised in the UK for more than two decades.
It was a day of sweltering temperatures, the hottest of the year, a time for barbecues, paddling pools and ice cream.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday warned the “worst-case” scenario of a no-deal Brexit is increasingly likely as parties entered the final days of campaigning for the European elections.
A quarter of a century after his death, lost Labour leader John Smith is routinely described as the best prime minister Britain never had.
It looks like no more than a scattering of big rocks in a quiet woodland glade. In fact, we are standing at the heart of Fife’s sacred centre, a site where ceremonies have been performed by generations of prehistoric people.