Both the Conservatives and Labour are braced for a backlash from voters over Brexit as the results of the European elections are announced.
Overseas tourism to Scotland rose by 10% in a year while the number of European tourists jumped 19%, according to new figures.
The Government is being urged to hold an inquiry after potentially thousands of EU citizens and British expatriates were left unable to vote in this week’s European elections.
Prominent Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan has said he fears the party is facing “total wipeout” in the European elections and will be left without any representation at all.
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard newspaper has backed the Lib Dems in Thursday’s EU elections.
The prospect of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, supported by Nigel Farage, is a “deadly serious possibility” and would represent a “nightmare” for Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters to use next week’s European elections to “stand up for Scotland’s right to be heard”.
Theresa May has no chance of getting her Brexit deal passed at a planned vote next month on legislation for withdrawal, Scotland’s First Minister has said.
A scuffle broke out in Cornwall after two protesters attempted to throw milkshake on controversial Ukip election candidate Carl Benjamin.
Nicola Sturgeon has sent an “unequivocal message” to Theresa May that “Scotland does not want Brexit”, as she launched the SNP’s campaign for the European elections.
The FTSE 100 crashed into the red on Tuesday as growing trade tensions and a weaker economic outlook weighed on markets around the globe.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Control over migration should be devolved at least in part to Scotland through initiatives such as “regional visas”, a think tank has recommended.
Michael Gove has issued a renewed plea for MPs to back Theresa May’s deal, claiming the Tories’ local election losses were because the party has “not yet delivered Brexit”.
More than half a million Scots face being unable to vote in the European elections because they are not registered, research has found.
More UK holidaymakers are choosing non-European Union countries for their summer holiday this year, new figures suggest.
A vegan charity believes the European Union's proposals to ban the use of traditional names like ‘burger’ and ‘sausage’ for vegan and veggie food products will result in “excessive administrative burdens” to all public entities.
I voted to leave in the European Union referendum of 2016.
Councils across Scotland received more than £100 million in EU funding over the last four years, according to analysis.
Foodbank suppliers could be brought in to organise issues with the food supply in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the council has warned.