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Support for remaining in the EU rises in Scotland, finds YouGov

15 August 2018

With ‘don’t knows’ excluded, 66 per cent would support the UK remaining as a EU member state, compared to 34 per cent who support leaving

Road outside UK Parliament could be paved over to prevent terror attacks

15 August 2018

A man was arrested yesterday after his car drove at speed into the barriers outside parliament and injured three cyclists

Ruth Davidson backs 'Amazon tax' to help support high street shops

14 August 2018

Scottish Tory leader warned the high street could “vanish” if the UK Government failed to increase taxation on online firms

More than 100 Westminster constituencies have switched to Remain, finds YouGov

13 August 2018

From a sample of more than 15,000 people the poll found most seats in Britain now contain a majority of voters who want to stay in the EU

Farmers offered funding to mitigate adverse weather conditions

13 August 2018

The funding will provide support to eligible farmers for up to 90 per cent of what they are due as part of their Basic Payment Scheme 2018 payments

Trade experts question Theresa May's post-Brexit customs plan

13 August 2018

Alan Winters, an economics professor and director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex said the Chequers deal proposed by the Prime Minister was “fanciful”

Tories take poll lead over Labour amid internal party rows

10 August 2018

Theresa May has been given a boost as she extended her lead over Jeremy Corbyn on the question of who would make the best prime minister

Half of British public want second vote on Brexit if no deal agreed with EU, YouGov poll finds

10 August 2018

Exactly 50 per cent of respondents to the poll said they would favour a new vote on Brexit in a ‘no-deal’ scenario

Jim Murphy takes out full page advert to attack Labour leadership over anti-Semitism

10 August 2018

Former Scottish Labour leader said he paid for the advert because he could “no longer remain passive while the current Labour leadership does so much damage to Labour’s relationship with...

Suicide action plans aims to reduce suicides in Scotland by 20 per cent

10 August 2018

The plan will be implemented by a National Suicide Prevention Leadership Group chaired by former deputy chief constable Rose Fitzpatrick

Northern Isles MSPs call for update on road equivalent tariffs for ferries

9 August 2018

Tavish Scott and Liam McArthur have called on Transport Secretary Michael Matheson for an update on the steps being taken to resolve the impasse on RET