The UK Government has been accused of a “naked power grab” after it announced a fund which aims to boost regeneration is being extended to Scotland.
A further 353 armed forces personnel will deploy on the “front line” of the Covid-19 vaccination and testing effort in Scotland, the Defence Secretary has said.
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has vowed he “will not rest” until funding to replace the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reaches farmers.
The Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross has challenged Nicola Sturgeon to a debate this month on her plans for a second independence referendum.
Michael Gove says the devolved governments are "working as one United Kingdom".
The UK Government is offering to help the Scottish Government with its vaccine rollout programme, as the slow pace of injections for the over-80s continues north of the border.
Six deaths from coronavirus have been recorded in Scotland in the past 24 hours as the next stage of the vaccine rollout is due to start on Monday.
Boris Johnson will arrive in Scotland on Thursday with a plea for unity, as Britain looks to build back from the pandemic in the months and years ahead.
Alister Jack has batted away SNP demands for a second independence referendum, calling on the party to instead focus on rebuilding society and the economy in the wake of the pandemic.
Scotland’s economy contracted in November, latest estimates indicate, as new nationwide coronavirus restrictions were introduced.
Businesses in Scotland have received loans from the UK Government worth more than £2.5 billion during the pandemic, the Treasury says.
Most hospitality businesses are not viable after the “worst December’s trading in living memory”, an industry body has warned.
Rishi Sunak has been left red-faced after Treasury officials wrongly announced £375 million of "additional" coronavirus support cash for Scotland.
Changes to Scotland's constituency boundaries should not leave the country with a "democratic deficit", MPs have warned.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has thanked Scots for their sacrifices during an “unimaginably difficult” 2020.
The Scottish Parliament is expected to refuse consent to the Brexit trade deal in a vote on Wednesday.
Scottish Labour will oppose the Brexit deal in the Scottish Parliament when MSPs vote on whether to give consent to the trade agreement.
Scottish armed forces personnel around the globe have sent messages home for Christmas.
Scotland’s economy grew by 16% in the third quarter of this year after coronavirus lockdown measures were eased.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader Douglas Lumsden has tabled a motion urging councillors to strike a deal with the UK Government for cash to boost the local authority’s low funding levels.
Money for Moray and Tay Cities region growth deals will be handed out over a 10-year period, it has been agreed.
Rishi Sunak has been accused of undermining devolution, after unveiling proposals to bypass the Scottish Government on certain spending decisions.
Families and friends will be able to reunite over the Christmas period, after ministers signed off on a UK-wide deal to relax Covid restrictions.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to visit Glasgow next year, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Boris Johnson's aides and allies have rushed to downplay reports the prime minister does not believe in the Scottish Parliament or devolution.
Alister Jack has claimed he was being "jocular" when he suggested there should be no new independence referendum for 40 years regardless of the outcome of next year's Holyrood elections.
Douglas Ross has said politicians should be focusing on saving lives and jobs instead of “constitutional division”, after a poll suggested most Scots favoured indyref2 if pro-independence parties win a majority next year.
Alister Jack has dismissed SNP plans to hold a second independence poll in the event of victory at next year's Scottish parliament elections, saying nationalists will have to wait 25 to 40 years for another referendum.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has admitted Brexit has “upset” many Scots and has contributed to rising support for independence.
Britain must urgently readopt a four-nation approach to tackling the coronavirus crisis, MPs warned as cases and deaths continued to surge.