Campaigners seeking a second referendum on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union have announced plans to hold a Brexit protest the weekend before the scheduled departure date.
Scottish ministers have raised concerns over post-Brexit immigration policy and the “confusion, anxiety and insecurity” it could cause universities and students.
Nicola Sturgeon has thrown her support behind Labour MP Yvette Cooper’s Article 50 amendment, which the SNP in Westminster will back on Tuesday.
Scottish constitutional relations secretary Mike Russell has labelled comments made by Tory MP Mark Francois about “German bullying” as obscene.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has written to the Prime Minister saying cross-party talks about a future Brexit deal must have a second referendum on the table to have any meaning.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has said another EU referendum must be on the table for cross-party Brexit talks to take place with the Prime Minister.
Brexit will be much worse than staying in the European Union, veteran politician Roy Hattersley has said as he backed calls for another referendum.
The “vast majority” of Labour members want the party to campaign for a new Brexit referendum if hopes of an early general election are extinguished, veteran politician Roy Hattersley is set to say.
The words “London is open” rang in the new year as the capital welcomed 2019 with a dazzling riverside fireworks display.
The UK enters 2019 with “90 days to change the course of this country”, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has said in his New Year message.
Jeremy Hunt has warned the EU must provide further assurances over the Irish border backstop if Theresa May’s Brexit deal is to get through Parliament.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged the Prime Minister to cut the Christmas recess short and recall Parliament so MPs can vote on the Brexit deal.
Campaigners have warned of a VAT shock for small businesses if Parliament approves Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement in a vote next month.
Aberdeen City Council has backed a call for a people’s vote on Brexit as its administration was defeated for the first time.
A cross-party group of politicians has said the UK can “stop the clock” on Brexit after a top European law officer said the country can unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the EU.
MPs need to get their heads “out of the sand” and recognise Parliament will not support any Brexit option on the table, a Tory former Cabinet minister has said.
Scottish council umbrella body Cosla has given its support to calls for second referendum on the Brexit deal and the possibility of remaining in the EU.
Comedian and activist Eddie Izzard has said a second EU referendum is “inevitable” as “there’s a lot of angry people out there who want their future back”.
Aberdeen will be hit twice as bad by Brexit as any Scottish city, a new study has found.