Pupils are learning how to hone their negotiating skills at an event prompted by the “poor example” set by those involved in the Brexit process.
The Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail auctions continue tonight, as statues of Scotland's favourite son go up for sale in Edinburgh.
David Cameron’s admission he sought the Queen’s involvement in the Scottish independence referendum has raised questions about the legitimacy of the nation’s constitutional monarchy, an expert has said.
The British summer is set for one last hurrah this weekend with the mercury due to soar up to eight degrees above average in some parts of the country.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a wait for a ruling from the UK’s highest court over his advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
Britain’s second and newest aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, has squeezed out of Rosyth dockyard – marking the vessel’s maiden voyage.
Scotland’s most senior bishop has told a child abuse inquiry that as an abbot he was aware of a monk being sent to Fort Augustus Abbey because of allegations against him elsewhere.
Boris Johnson faces an anxious wait as the UK’s highest court considers whether he acted unlawfully by suspending Parliament for five weeks in the face of a looming Brexit deadline.
Parliament may remain suspended even if Boris Johnson loses a historic Supreme Court case over the five-week prorogation.
David Cameron has caused “an amount of displeasure” in Buckingham Palace after admitting to seeking the Queen’s support during the Scottish independence referendum.
Former prime minister Sir John Major believes Boris Johnson’s prorogation decision was motivated by his “political interest” in closing down Parliament ahead of the UK’s exit from the EU.
A red panda has been born at Edinburgh Zoo.
A Dutch town is to bestow a unique honorary citizenship on more than 300 British soldiers who died fighting to free the Netherlands during the Second World War.
David Cameron has insisted he did not ask the Queen to do “anything improper” during the referendum on Scottish independence, but admits talking about her “purring down the line” to him had been a “terrible mistake”.
With the news that alcohol deaths have reduced by up to a fifth in some areas since minimum pricing was introduced in Scotland, we want to know what you think of the policy.
A man has died in a north-east supermarket. Police and ambulance crews were called to the Scotmid Store on Craigour Road in Torphins, around 20 miles from Aberdeen, at 4.20pm yesterday. The death is not thought to be suspicious. See the Evening Express for the full story.
David Cameron sought support from the Queen during the Scottish independence referendum campaign after a poll predicting a Yes victory “panicked” him, the ex-prime minister has said.
Minimum unit pricing may have contributed to the number of alcohol-related deaths in Glasgow falling by more than a fifth, according to new research.
Boris Johnson did not advise the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks for any “improper purpose”, Supreme Court justices have heard.
A gull has been pictured with an arrow through its head in a north-east town.