Nicola Sturgeon: ‘We’ve never needed EU more’

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has emphasised Scotland’s shared values with the European Union during a series of engagements in Brussels.


Scotland and Norway “natural partners”

First Minister addresses Norwegian business leaders.

Scotland and Norway can work together to play a major role in tackling climate change,

Ireland and Scotland have ancient links

First Minister meets Irish Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Simon Coveney, Minister for Foreign Affairs

Strengthening links between Scotland and Ireland

First Minister meets Taoiseach in Dublin.

Scotland and Ireland share a long-standing history and it is vital that existing bonds are

Support for relief efforts following Cyclone Idai

Funding for communities affected by Cyclone Idai.

International Development Minister Ben Macpherson has announced £150,000 to support relief efforts in Mozambique,

Support for Venezuelan Migrants in Colombia

Humanitarian Emergency Fund activated.

Funding to support refugees displaced from Venezuela has been announced by International Development Minister Ben Macpherson.

It has

First Minister speech on Scotland, Brexit and the Future

Georgetown University speech.

It is an absolute honour to be delivering this address and to be taking part in this discussion

First Minister urges UK Government to scrap settlement scheme fees

The UK Government must urgently call a halt to plans to charge EU citizens a fee for settling in the

Red squirrel project wins conservation competition

Trees for Life’s red squirrel project wins global conservation competition.

Scotland’s only entry in the Forests category of a leading global

EU President Donald Tusk speaking after the European Council meeting

Remarks by President Donald Tusk after the European Council meetings on 17 and 18 October 2018.

Good afternoon, let me start

£2 billion ‘Invest in Scotland’ portfolio launched

Attracting international investors.

Opportunities to invest in nine projects worth more than £2 billion to Scotland’s economy have been announced by

International development and strengthening relationships

International Development Minister, Ben Macpherson will visit Malawi to see the impact of Scotland’s longstanding partnerships.

In his first visit to

A further million children at risk of famine in Yemen

Any disruption to food and fuel supplies coming through Hodeidah port could cause starvation on an unprecedented scale.

An additional one

Second package of ‘no deal’ Technical Notices raises passport concerns

UK Government 'no deal' approach "irresponsible".

Scottish holidaymakers and business travellers face the possibility of being refused entry to EU countries

Stock markets falter as investors begin to question Donald Trump's promises

European stock markets fell on Wednesday, knocked by Wall Street suffering its worst day of the year on Tuesday, as

French presidential debate

France’s main presidential candidates rounded on the far-right Front National’s Marine Le Pen in the first televised debate on Monday

Projects to benefit communities in Malawi

£11m for projects to benefit communities.

More than £11 million is being provided to support local projects in Malawi focused on

Presidential approval for Keystone XL oil pipeline

President Trump has given a permit to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, which is a major boost for Canada-based

The 60th anniversary of the EU

Meeting on Saturday in the Hall of the Horatii and Curiatii palace where six founding countries signed the Treaty of

Theresa May visits Saudi Arabia to inspire oppressed women

The Prime Minister is travelling to Saudi Arabia to discuss trade and security, saying that she could be an example

Eleven Presidential candidates in marathon TV debate

All eleven candidates in France’s presidential election have discussed employment and welfare issues in a televised debate Tuesday night, ahead of

Barack Obama is to make his first visit to Scotland

Barack Obama is to make his first visit to Scotland, where he will attend a charity dinner event, by The

George Soros to blame

Alex Jones tells jury his marijuana has gotten too strong — and says George Soros is to blame

Right-wing conspiracy theorist

replacement of Jean-François Jalkh

This Friday, April 28, Louis Aliot announced the replacement of Jean-François Jalkh, the man appointed to replace Marine Le Pen

Mosul: Civilians killed by airstrikes

Civilian casualties from US-led coalition airstrikes have raised serious questions about the lawfulness of these attacks, on 17 March 2017,