A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
Graham Norton has told of his concerns at the rise of right-wing politics in the world, but admitted he fears the consequences of sharing his opinions online.
Politics dominated the web searches of UK Yahoo users in 2017, with Donald Trump, Brexit and the general election revealed as the most popular search terms on the platform.
The upheaval of Brexit will be a challenge for universities when attracting or retaining world-class lecturers, a Scottish Government minister has said.
Morrissey has said that he has never voted in an election and has described himself as “non-political”.
A leading spokesman for the Scottish seafood industry insists the sector has a bright future despite “doomsday economic reports” about its prospects after Brexit.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced the Government supports a total ban on bee-harming pesticides in the countryside across Europe.
A Brexit bike ride, talking dogs and portraits of Welsh hill sheep are among artworks commissioned as part of a new project on British identity.
Conservative MPs have been accused of “pandering to Westminster” after a new report found Aberdeen’s economy could fall by 7% following a hard Brexit.
The head of the production company behind television shows Peaky Blinders and Broadchurch has said that a post-Brexit crackdown on immigration would “negatively impact” creative industries in the UK.
Aberdeen City Council’s credit rating has been downgraded – just days after the same thing happened to the UK Government.
Brexit could have a “devastating impact” on Camphill communities in Scotland supporting people with learning disabilities, according to a report from the charity.
Aberdeen’s politicians and businesses remain upbeat despite prediction city will suffer most from Brexit
Aberdeen can rise to the challenge of finding news ways to boost the economy, politicians and industry leaders said today.
A new report today named Aberdeen as the UK city predicted to be the worst-hit by a so-called hard Brexit.
New Environment Secretary Michael Gove ruled out the Scottish Government having a direct role in Brexit talks during a visit to Peterhead.
A newly elected North-east MP today said it was important to get the best Brexit deal for the fishing, farming and oil and gas industries.
Inability of Aberdeen economy to cope with North Sea losses should be ‘wake-up call’ says business boss
Scotland should focus on a UK-wide Brexit deal rather than constitutional issues in order to grow the economy, the head of a leading business group has said.
The UK's oil and gas sector could see its trade costs almost double under the worst-case scenario result of Brexit, industry leaders have said.
An angry Leave voter took Tim Farron to task over his views on Brexit while the Liberal Democrats were out campaigning.
Karen Clark With uncertainty around Brexit and a possible second indy ref we must work hard to diversify the Aberdeenshire economy and continue to "talk up" our region.
The letter informing the European Council of Britain’s intention to leave the European Union has been handed over to EC president Donald Tusk in Brussels.
As Theresa May gets ready to trigger Article 50 and formally notify the European Union of Britain’s intention to leave, some will be wondering whether there’s even a small chance that, one day, the UK will rejoin.
Theresa May will trigger EU withdrawal talks under Article 50 on March 29, Downing Street has announced.
THE fish processing industry would not survive without the labour of EU nationals, the Scottish Parliament has heard.
The clock is ticking on Theresa May's countdown to Brexit and there are still a few unanswered questions.
Chancellor Philip Hammond should support the oil and gas industry, not build a war chest for Brexit, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
A North-east councillor claims he has been kicked off the SNP group due to his support for Brexit and opposition to business rate rises.
Oil and gas has been deemed low priority in the Brexit talks, Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig has claimed.
An Aberdonian MP who helped lead the successful Brexit campaign said the city will thrive following the vote to leave the EU.
My heart sank when I read the news that large parts of the UK won't be able to see the Northern Lights by the middle of the next century.