Hundreds of asylum seekers are facing eviction after an accommodation provider announced it is to begin a long-planned lock-changing programme.
Ruth Davidson and John Swinney have joined forces to back calls for a change to the charity lottery fundraising limit.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Boris Johnson would be a “disaster as prime minister” and has slammed his time as the UK Government’s foreign secretary.
The Army is waging a secret war to stop soldiers being radicalised by far-right extremists.
The cruellest blow: Torture victims’ charity warns Home Office policies are inflicting fresh agony on asylum seekers
A psychotherapist working with torture survivors seeking safe shelter in Britain fears the Home Office intention to create a “hostile environment” is stripping them of their rights.
The transport secretary is urging the UK Government to ensure that time-sensitive exports such as Scottish seafood can still reach mainland Europe if there is a no-deal Brexit.
The UK Government is to extend provision of financial mitigation for soliders having to pay higher rates of income tax in Scotland, it has been announced.
The Scottish Parliament will vote on whether to back revoking Article 50, following a Scottish Green Party debate on Wednesday.
More than 160,000 nurses have quit the NHS since 2010/11 for reasons other than retirement, according to new figures.
A former Downing Street aide has been jailed for seven years for raping a young woman during the Edinburgh Festival.
Philip Hammond has been urged to match the Scottish Government's pledge to invest £85 million in the Borderlands over the next decade.