Boris Johnson's "levelling up" plan could see Aberdeen, Dundee and the Highlands handed millions of pounds in extra cash.
The United Kingdom “is over” and a new union should be crafted to reflect a “voluntary association of four nations”, Wales’ First Minister has said.
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.
Boris Johnson has said he is keen to see power "sit at the most appropriate level" after being contacted by the leader of Shetland Islands Council on the issue of self-determination for the isles.
Boris Johnson has said he is “reluctant” to link high coronavirus death rates in the south Wales valleys to austerity measures imposed by previous UK Governments.
Boris Johnson has said discussions will continue with Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford and the other devolved nations over whether the UK will leave lockdown at the same time.
A review of the Scottish Parliament’s committee structure is needed in response to Brexit and the transfer of new powers, according to a panel of experts.
A Downing Street review of how devolution is working has cost taxpayers more than £13,000, we can reveal.
Only one question appeared to catch Alex Salmond slightly off guard when I interviewed him in Aberdeen almost a decade ago.
The Stone of Destiny theft in 1950 forced the closure of the border between Scotland and England for the first time in 400 years.
Sir Keir Starmer is to commit Labour to delivering a new wave of devolution across the UK as he seeks to head off demands for Scottish independence.
The leader of the House of Commons claims Aberdeen City Council has opted to open talks with UK Ministers about Westminster directly funding the city in a bid to avoid the "failures of the SNP".
Michael Gove has called on Scottish ministers to produce an itemised list of Brexit preparedness spending after hearing "one or two voices of concern" about how money passed on from Westminster has been used.
Michael Gove says the "exceptional circumstances" of Brexit mean Westminster does not need the consent of the Scottish Parliament to forge ahead with post-EU plans.
Rishi Sunak has been accused of undermining devolution, after unveiling proposals to bypass the Scottish Government on certain spending decisions.
The pledge to "unleash the potential of the Union" ran through the Chancellor's spending review like letters through a stick of rock.
Douglas Ross has revealed he often "challenges" the prime minister on his approach to Scotland.
Boris Johnson's approach to Scotland has been likened to a Henry VIII military campaign, with accusations the prime minister is out to "destroy" the devolved settlement.
Scots workers would be "impoverished" without the United Kingdom, a trade minister has claimed.
Boris Johnson risks the future of the Union "every time he opens his mouth", Sir Keir Starmer has told MPs.
Appearing via video link at SW1A magistrates court, Wednesday's defendant faced a serious charge - "undermining the fabric of the United Kingdom".
Gordon Brown has been tipped as the possible leader of any future Better Together-style campaign to prevent Scottish independence but his latest intervention has been met with a mixed response from political strategists.
Boris Johnson's aides and allies have rushed to downplay reports the prime minister does not believe in the Scottish Parliament or devolution.
Another week, another needless communications disaster for the UK Government.
Last week all political eyes were focused on the latest instalment of the No 10 soap opera ‘Who’s Who in the Zoo?’
Nicola Sturgeon has hit out at reports the Prime Minister called devolution a "disaster" and "Tony Blair's biggest mistake".
Some pundits have claimed the spectacular failure of Ally MacLeod’s football team in Argentina more than four decades ago was a factor in Scotland failing to secure devolution in the 1979 referendum.
David Cameron's former union tsar has warned Boris Johnson's blueprint for a post-Brexit Britain could "inadvertently destabilise devolution."
Boris Johnson's plan to flout international law over Brexit could be foiled by the House of Lords in a crunch vote next month.