A north-east MP has demanded financial support for Scottish football clubs after UK ministers unveiled a package to support teams in England.
Grieving families who lost loved ones during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic have projected video messages on to the Palace of Westminster asking the Prime Minister to meet with them.
These are dangerous times for the Union.
Boris Johnson's aides and allies have rushed to downplay reports the prime minister does not believe in the Scottish Parliament or devolution.
Disgraced MP Margaret Ferrier has made her first Commons appearance since being suspended by the SNP for breaching coronavirus rules.
Fantasist Carl Beech, who made false claims about a VIP paedophile ring, has lost an appeal to have his 18-year prison sentence reduced.
The UK Government's pursuit of Brexit undermined confidence in the Union in Scotland and has led to a swell in support for independence, according to a new report from polling expert Sir John Curtice.
Labour's top lawyer has dismissed the SNP's "plan B" for independence, saying any proposals to hold a referendum without Westminster's consent would be defeated in the courts.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross moved to distance his party from the row erupting south of the border by declaring free school meals for children will not encourage dependency.
A north-east MP has urged his constituents to get involved in a week-long discussion on democracy.
Disgraced MP Margaret Ferrier has defied critics and voted in the House of Commons, despite orders from Nicola Sturgeon to resign.
Police investigating historical allegations against Lord Janner decided not to question him after being advised that his mental deterioration would scupper the value of his evidence, an inquiry has heard.
Nicola Sturgeon will consider giving MSPs the opportunity to debate and vote on new coronavirus restrictions before they come into force in a bid to improve parliamentary scrutiny.
Aberdeen North MP Kirsty Blackman has opened up about suffering from depression, urging others to seek help if they are in the same situation.
The UK's chief scientific adviser has warned that if the number of coronavirus cases continues to double at its current rate there would be 49,000 new cases by mid-October.
Douglas Ross calls for more help to combat economic damage of Aberdeen’s local lockdown from UK and Scottish governments
Douglas Ross has called on the Chancellor and Scottish Government to provide more financial help for Aberdeen to combat the economic damage done by the local lockdown.
Keir Starmer: Westminster should consider SNP indyref2 demands if Nicola Sturgeon wins a majority next year
Sir Keir Starmer has said SNP demands for a second independence referendum must be considered by Westminster if Nicola Sturgeon’s party win a majority in next year’s Scottish elections.
Six years on from the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, Brexit and the handling of the coronavirus pandemic by Scotland's two governments appears to be driving support for a new ballot. We spoke to leading pollster Sir John Curtice for his take.
First Minister Arlene Foster has accused the EU of treating Northern Ireland as its plaything.
A north-east MP has urged employers to sign up to a Government scheme to get young people into jobs.
Boris Johnson was accused of “governing in hindsight” after presiding over a series of U-turns on coronavirus policy as he appeared before MPs for the first time since July.
Boris Johnson will face the wrath of MPs when he returns to the Commons after presiding over a series of U-turns that have soured Conservative backbench opinion towards the Government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Extinction Rebellion protests are due to resume for a second day in London, despite dozens of people being arrested by police.
Dozens of people have been arrested during the Extinction Rebellion protests in central London.
A Conservative former minister arrested on suspicion of rape must not be named by MPs, the Commons Speaker has urged.
Several people were arrested as Extinction Rebellion protesters kicked off two weeks of civil disobedience outside Parliament.
Boris Johnson has insisted his Government has not been blown off course by coronavirus but said that “sometimes it is necessary” to change direction in “response to the facts as they change”.
Boris Johnson is facing fresh pressure from his backbenches for clarity on taxes, education and coronavirus policy as MPs return to Westminster after the summer recess.
Boris Johnson is facing fresh pressure from his backbenchers for clarity on taxes, education and coronavirus policy as MPs return to Westminster after the summer recess.
Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds has urged Labour to deal with its suspended Aberdeen councillors and admits to being “very frustrated” by the impasse.