Things we learned at the Liberal Democrat conference on Tuesday.
The SNP is being challenged to “get off the fence” and back calls for a referendum on the terms of Brexit.
Hardline Brexiteers are ignoring the massive costs of EU withdrawal for the “erotic spasm” of breaking with Brussels, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable will say.
Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has told the Liberal Democrat party conference she is not their leader-in-waiting.
Former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg has accused Theresa May of presenting Britain with a “con trick” choice on Brexit.
Controversial campaigner Gina Miller is set to take centre stage at the Liberal Democrat conference as speculation continues to swirl over whether she could be a future leader of the party.
The Lib Dems have signed off on a policy to give migrant spouses an entitlement to benefits from their first day in the UK – without any form of means testing.
Sir Vince Cable has rejected claims he is “running out of road” as Liberal Democrat leader, as he again refused to set a firm resignation date.
The Liberal Democrats have been branded the “pro-pimp” party by feminist protesters because of their policies on sex workers.
Liberal Democrat MP Jo Swinson would be a “fantastic” replacement for Sir Vince Cable when he steps down as UK leader, the head of the Scottish Lib Dems said.
Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP have been challenged to back holding a public vote on the UK’s final Brexit deal.
Liberal Democrats must offer voters an alternative to the left-wing politics of Jeremy Corbyn and the hard Brexit policies espoused by Tory Boris Johnson, a senior party figure has insisted.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has announced plans to step down after Brexit is “resolved or stopped”.
Liberal Democrat former leader Tim Farron has told pro-EU Tory and Labour MPs to “grow a flipping backbone” and form a new party.
Former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has told pro-EU Tory and Labour MPs to “grow a flipping backbone” and form a new party.
A veteran Aberdeen councillor has come under fire from opposition critics for a proposed move to take on a new post.
An Aberdeen councillor who made a shock exit from her party to form the council administration today said she felt "overruled" by the men in her former group.
The shenanigans at Aberdeen Town House, where we've witnessed just how the proportional representation system muddies our political waters, makes House of Cards look like Andy Pandy.
The Conservative leader for Aberdeenshire has declared a "blue tide" has swept across the area following the council election.
An angry Leave voter took Tim Farron to task over his views on Brexit while the Liberal Democrats were out campaigning.
Party leaders in Aberdeenshire are grappling with the big issues affecting residents across the region.
Aberdeen City Council leaders go head-to-head in today's Evening Express to lay out where they stand on major issues facing the city.
Scottish Liberal Democrats councillors have a powerful track record of service and action for their communities.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have pledged to spend at least £5 million a year to repair the city's roads if elected next week.
On May 4, residents across the North-east will go to the polls to pick their new councillors.
Councillors have backed plans to partially pedestrianise Broad Street.
A councillor has renewed his calls for safety measures to be introduced at crossings on a major city road.
Aberdeenshire East has been best known as the constituency of former First Minister Alex Salmond since 2007. The then SNP leader swept into power in what was formerly the Gordon constituency in 2007, when Mr Salmond claimed 41% of the vote to oust Liberal Democrat Nora Radcliffe, who was seeking re-election for the second time.
Transport is a key issue for the Angus North and Mearns constituency, which is dissected by the arterial route to Aberdeen, the A90. The sweep from Stonehaven includes the construction site for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), as well as future upgrades on the railway at Montrose.
A PUNTER in Aberdeen has placed a £3,000 bet on the Lib Dems to beat Alex Salmond in the General Election.