Voters and politicians have expressed their concerns after reports of EU citizens being unable to cast their vote in today's European elections.
Biscuits mean biscuits: The B-word and a nice cup of tea are on the agenda as Euro candidates hit the stump before polling day
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.
There is now a “real chance” to keep Scotland in the EU, with the future of the country at stake ahead of the European elections, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
Scottish Tories have urged voters to use next week’s European elections to tell Nicola Sturgeon that there should be “no more divisive referendums”.
Charities, community groups and union leaders have made a joint plea to political parties to eradicate “hate speech” during the European election campaign.
Tommy Robinson’s pledge to offer his European Parliament salary to grooming victims if he is elected has been rejected and branded a “profound insult” by women’s groups.
Former BBC presenter and journalist Gavin Esler is to stand for the newly formed Change UK party at the European Parliamentary elections.