A fortnight ago, within 24 hours of one another, I had two encounters at opposite ends of the economic spectrum.
The number of hate crimes reported in Dundee fell after last year’s EU referendum, the Tele can reveal.
It is six months this week since Britain voted on its membership of the EU.
“I BELIEVE 100% that prices will go up.”
Nicola Sturgeon is to hold talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels today as she attempts to keep Scotland in the European Union.
The result of the EU referendum has caused a lot of concern about how the British economy will handle leaving Europe. So, how will the vote to leave the EU affect households financially?
The Scottish Government will draw up legislation to allow a second independence referendum to be held, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
The vote for Britain to leave the European Union inevitably leads to the question of how that will be achieved.
David Cameron has announced he will quit as Prime Minister by October after a humiliating defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
Many UK holidaymakers travelling abroad will pay more for foreign currency as the pound plunged to its lowest level since 1985 following the EU referendum.
The British people have voted and the results are in: we are going to leave the European Union.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland’s “unequivocal” vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local authorities delivered a vote for Remain.
Dundee has spoken, with the majority choosing to vote Remain in yesterday's EU Referendum.
Despite a quiet start, Dundee folk flocked to polling spots to vote in the historic European referendum vote throughout the day.
A German tabloid has made a big offer to British voters in the EU referendum: stay in the EU and we will reserve a sun-lounger for you with their beach towels.
In? Out? In? Out?
On Thursday June 23 the polls will open for the EU Referendum.
Today is the last day to register to vote in the EU Referendum – here’s how your vote could swing the results
Time is running out for you to register to vote in the EU Referendum on June 23.