Boris Johnson’s EU deal would be unlawful and should therefore not be voted on by MPs, according to a legal challenge submitted to the Court of Session.
Experts have called for systematic use of an “exercise prescription” to help cancer patients cope with treatment side-effects.
Warmer nights caused by climate change are leading forest birds to build nests and lay eggs earlier in the springtime, researchers said.
A Scottish university has recalled all of its students studying in Egypt amid concerns for their safety after two were detained.
A first edition of naturalist Charles Darwin’s seminal evolutionary work On the Origin of the Species has sold at auction for £162,500.
The decision by judges to monitor whether Boris Johnson abides by the Benn Act and seeks a Brexit extension has been welcomed by campaigners.
Ruth Davidson has said she is “hugely interested” in taking on aid and development work once she leaves politics in Scotland.
Ruth Davidson was on hand to help Edinburgh school pupils clear “landmines” in a bid to raise awareness about a charity’s new fundraising campaign.
Judges have delayed ruling on a legal bid aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension if no withdrawal deal is reached by October 19.
Tony Blair has warned that fighting a general election on the issue of Brexit is a “vast elephant trap” that could allow Boris Johnson to claim a mandate for leaving without a deal.
A UK Government lawyer has told judges the courts would have to “deal with” what happens “in some way” if the Prime Minister breached an order to request a Brexit extension.
Campaigners are expected to lodge an appeal after a judge dismissed a legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to request a Brexit extension if no withdrawal deal is secured with the EU by October 19.
More than 100,000 people are estimated to have attended a pro-Scottish independence march through the streets of Edinburgh.
The Prime Minister has accepted he must send a letter requesting an Article 50 extension if no deal is agreed with Parliament by October 19, Scotland’s highest civil court has heard.
A judge at Scotland’s highest civil court has said it would be “unprecedented” for an official to exercise powers to sign an Article 50 extension on behalf of Boris Johnson.
Scotland’s highest civil court is to hear arguments over whether the Prime Minister can be forced to extend Article 50.
The dust that forms the stars and planets of our galaxy has been recreated in a laboratory.
A Scottish brewery has raised almost £2,000 for charity.
Research into a £2 million Viking-age hoard found in a field has uncovered the name of one of its original owners on a silver arm ring.
Pupils at schools linked to a religious order were “robbed of their childhoods” by the physical and sexual abuse which took place there, an inquiry has heard.