An SNP minister says Westminster is already beginning to behave like Brussels when it comes to its handling of the Scottish fishing industry.
Nicola Sturgeon hailed the Covid vaccine as the “beginning of the end” of the pandemic as she announced the first jabs are to be administered on Tuesday.
Britain's medical authorities approved the rollout of the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday morning, paving the way for vaccination to start next week.
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A £100 million Scottish Government fund has been described by poverty campaigners as a “lifeline” for struggling families over winter.
Almost three-quarters of Scotland’s food and drink businesses feel unprepared for Brexit and any resulting disruption, according to research.
Low income households are to receive a £100 direct payment before Christmas as part of a multi-million pound winter fund to help those struggling during the coronavirus crisis.
An independent Scotland would pledge 0.7% of gross national income (GNI) to foreign aid, SNP members have decided.
SNP members must “keep heart, keep the heid and keep the faith” as they push for independence, the party’s Westminster leader will tell its conference.
A majority for the SNP at next year’s Scottish Parliament election will force the Prime Minister into allowing another independence referendum, the party’s depute leader has said.
Island skippers feel "betrayed" and are fearful for their futures, after the Home Office backtracked on immigration promises made by Boris Johnson.
The operators of the city airport have urged the Scottish Government to allow international arrivals to end their quarantine earlier if a Covid-19 test comes back negative.
Coronavirus vaccines should be labelled with the Union flag, Downing Street have reportedly demanded.
The Scottish Government has announced it will give £2 million to help children in some of the world’s poorest nations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
No changes are planned for the number of fans allowed in Scottish stadiums in light of changes in England, sports minister Joe FitzPatrick has said.
Scottish fish producers have been dealt a fresh Brexit blow, after it emerged SNP ministers have failed to recruit enough environmental officers to certify catches for export to the EU.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed that millions of pounds are to be spent on a Brexit festival marking the UK’s departure from the European Union.
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.
The economic emergency caused by coronavirus has "only just begun", Rishi Sunak warned in his spending review as he announced plans to borrow a peacetime record of almost £400 billion to combat the worst recession in more than 300 years.
Both the Scottish and UK governments will offer no further support for the BiFab yards, in what has been described as a "devastating blow" for workers.
The extra cost of delivery charges in Scotland relative to the rest of the UK has risen to £43.1 million this year with the north and north-east bearing the brunt.
Vaccinating millions of Scots against coronavirus will be “perhaps the biggest logistical exercise and challenge that has been undertaken”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Rishi Sunak's spending review will set the budgets for Whitehall departments on Wednesday against the grim economic backdrop of the coronavirus crisis.
A relaxation of coronavirus restrictions “for a small number of days” over Christmas is planned to allow a limited level of mixing between households across the UK, the Westminster Government has said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanked First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for the work their governments had done in tackling coronavirus before claiming the SNP had made a "disaster" of devolution.
Michael Gove has accused Nicola Sturgeon of undermining Brexit fishing talks by giving the impression the industry supports EU demands for access to UK waters.
Boris Johnson is a “wholehearted supporter of devolution”, Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has insisted.
Another walk-through testing centre has opened in Glasgow, just hours after the city entered tougher coronavirus restrictions.
Douglas Ross has revealed he often "challenges" the prime minister on his approach to Scotland.