Brexit

UK Parliament suspension slammed by Scottish court

In an historic constitutional precedent, court rules the prime minister intentionally misled the country's monarch.

UK Parliament suspension 'improper and unlawful'

Brexit

Boris' Brexit plan faces legal challenge

Court hearings get under way on Tuesday as campaigners seek to block suspension of parliament.

Legal bid begins to block Johnson's prorogation plan

Europe

Scottish Tory chief quits as Brexit backlash grows

Ruth Davidson denies her resignation was caused by PM Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament.

Scottish Tory chief quits as Brexit backlash grows

United Kingdom

Hundreds of refugees live under threat of eviction in Glasgow

Private contractor Serco reportedly locking asylum seekers out of accommodation in Scottish city, angering campaigners.

Hundreds of refugees live under threat of eviction in Glasgow

Scotland

'I don't think Boris Johnson is a friend of Scotland'

Johnson's rise to the top has put the Scottish independence debate firmly back on the British political agenda.

Could Boris Johnson be the UK's last prime minister?

Opinion

Can a Corbyn-Sturgeon alliance save Brexit Britain from itself?

A Labour-SNP coalition could reorder the UK's economic landscape, end free market orthodoxy, and even reverse Brexit.

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Arts & Culture

Missing wonder of medieval world found in family drawer

Viking-era artefact missing for almost 200 years to be sold next month after decades tucked away in Scottish home.

Lost Lewis Chessman found, could fetch $1m at auction

Scotland

Scots launch fresh bid for independence

Scotland's governing SNP is eyeing a fresh push for statehood within the EU, following European election success.

Scotland: Government tables bill on new referendum rules

European Elections 2019

Euro elections: Scotland draws dividing line over Brexit

The voters of Scotland have sent a message: England may have voted to leave the European Union, but we didn't.

Euro elections: Scotland draws dividing line over Brexit

Scotland

'We can't grieve properly, we don't know the truth'

Sheku Bayoh's relatives still searching for answers after black trainee gas engineer died in police custody in Scotland.

Sheku Bayoh: The death of a black man in Scottish police custody

Scotland

Scottish leader aims to hold new independence vote by 2021

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's push for rerun of 2014 poll amid Brexit uncertainty draws sharp criticism from London.

Scottish leader aims to hold new independence vote by 2021

United Kingdom

On the rocks: Can the Scottish whisky industry survive Brexit?

The EU accounts for more than 30 percent of Scotch whisky sales and some distilleries source inputs from member states.

On the rocks: Can the Scottish whisky industry survive Brexit?

United Kingdom

The view from Scotland: Meet the minority who voted for Brexit

Almost 40 percent in Scotland voted to leave the EU. How would they vote now, if there were a second referendum?

The view from Scotland: Meet the minority who voted for Brexit

Scotland

Scottish ex-leader Alex Salmond charged with attempted rape

Former Scottish National Party head charged with two counts of attempted rape and multiple sexual assaults.

Scottish ex-leader Alex Salmond charged with attempted rape

Scotland

Abused, harassed, rejected: Glasgow's homeless women

Women who sleep rough have no escape from sexual violence and struggle to deal with basic menstrual hygiene.

Abused, harassed, rejected: Glasgow's homeless women