Nearly 99 per cent of Unison members voted for strike action over workloads and working environments
The Foreign Secretary said leaving the EU without a deal risked handing power to Jeremy Corbyn "by Christmas"
Irrationality has become a common thread in everyday discourse where serious analysis has been overtaken by a rush to condemn
With 31 of the 32 Scottish council areas having declared, the SNP sits on 37.9 per cent of the vote
Shadow Foreign Secretary said Labour candidates had been badly let down by the party hierarchy's refusal to explicitly support a second EU referendum
The south of Scotland has been overlooked for far too long, but could things finally be on the up for the region?
Top Cabinet minister said the next Conservative leader could expect to meet fierce resistance if they "defied Parliament"
Theresa May set to finally conceded defeat in her war of attrition with MPs over Brexit
The Seven Lochs Wetland Park is currently being developed as Scotland’s largest urban heritage park
As many as 25 children a day slipping into poverty, according to IPPR and JRF
Speaking outside Downing Street, May said: “It is matter of deep regret that I have not been able to deliver Brexit”
EU citizens complain after being unable to vote in the EU election in the UK
Holyrood asked a cross-party group of MSPs how an understanding of the theory of adverse childhood experiences affects their policymaking
Kate Shannon on calls for a sex strike
Andrea Leadsom quits cabinet on the eve of an election many predict will be humiliating for the Conservatives
Bruce Adamson: ‘If we don’t think we can deliver an adequate standard of living to children, that’s saying something really worrying’
Children and young people’s commissioner Bruce Adamson talks to Holyrood about being the "fierce champion" of children and young people
EU election: Tory MEP warns party will be 'annihilated' and candidates feel 'abandoned' as voters head to the polls
Conservative party will "live to regret" not fighting the EU election, one MEP warns
Steven Quinn has worked for the local authority since 2016 and takes up his new post immediately
The experience of the country’s greenspace is far too limited for many children in Scotland
Teachers will be given extra tools to support the mental wellbeing of children