Turnover in Scotland’s food and drink sector has grown to a record £14.8 billion, Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary said.
Theresa May has agreed to set a timetable for the election of her successor as Tory leader amid growing speculation over who could replace her.
Anti-Brexit campaigners have put up a series of billboards taking aim at Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party by highlighting past statements he and his candidates have made.
Keeping the UK in the European Union should be “non-negotiable”, a veteran Labour MEP has inisisted.
Theresa May has agreed to set a timetable for the election of her successor as Tory leader, the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee has said.
Theresa May announcing a date for stepping down would not make the “slightest difference” to Brexit negotiations, the international development secretary has said.
Theresa May has held talks with senior Tories at Westminster amid growing pressure for her to name the date of her departure from No 10.
Nigel Farage has made a campaign visit to an Essex nightclub favoured by the cast of Towie and told a crowded room: “The Only Way Is Brexit.”
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has urged remain voters to treat the European elections as a Brexit referendum and unite behind his party.
Thomas Cook shares have tumbled after it slumped to a £1.5 billion half-year loss and issued a fresh profit warning as Brexit uncertainty sees customers delay their holiday plans.
Theresa May is facing a showdown meeting with senior Tories demanding she sets a firm resignation date.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she would want to accelerate plans for a second independence referendum if a new prime minister opted for a harder Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged voters to back Labour in next week’s European election to “challenge the voices in the far right” across Europe.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal will be “dead” if MPs reject if for a fourth time, ministers have admitted.
Concerns have been raised over the impact of Brexit after new figures revealed more than 100 teachers in the city are non-UK EU nationals.
American demands for the UK to accept chlorinated chicken and use of hormones in food is to “appeal to aspects of the domestic audience” rather than a workable trade negotiation, Michael Gove has claimed.
Ruth Davidson has described the council elections as a “plague on both your houses” as she urged MPs to agree on a Brexit vision in the run-up to the European ballot.
Theresa May has no chance of getting her Brexit deal passed at a planned vote next month on legislation for withdrawal, Scotland’s First Minister has said.
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has insisted sales are proving “resilient” despite an uncertain outlook for homebuyer demand amid Brexit worries.
Anti-Brexit party Change UK has lost its lead candidate in Scotland for next week’s European elections.
Theresa May has been warned she faces another defeat over her Brexit deal after promising to bring the legislation to write it into law before the Commons in the first week of June.
Key legislation to ratify the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal in law will be brought before the Commons at the beginning of next month, Downing Street has announced.
Land at Dublin Airport has been allocated to cater for the potential spillover of freight traffic in the event of a no-deal Brexit, it has been claimed.
The Cabinet has met in a marathon session to review progress in the cross-party talks with Labour aimed at securing a Commons majority for a Brexit deal.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson could be prosecuted privately for comments made in the run-up to the EU referendum after a judge agreed to hold a public hearing on the matter, a campaigner has said.
Cross-party talks between the Government and Labour will continue despite Tory opposition to Jeremy Corbyn’s key demand.
The leader of Northern Ireland’s centrist Alliance Party has said she is best placed to take the region’s third seat in Europe.
A former Labour minister has quit the party in protest at Jeremy Corbyn’s record on Brexit and tackling anti-Semitism.
The number of EU workers in the UK has jumped by nearly 100,000 to a new record high, official statistics have revealed.
Allies of Theresa May are attempting to calm Tory fears about the prospect of a damaging split in the party over the Brexit talks with Labour.