Queen Elizabeth II was famously said to have "purred" when Scotland last voted against independence—but a new drive to break up the union has left all eyes on the royal family.
"Coming in to play golf is not what I would consider to be an essential purpose," Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said of Trump's possible visit.
First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has asked the public to avoid the area as police deal with an "ongoing incident".
The prime minister and the leader of the opposition refused to join TV debates, making the election result seem more of a foregone conclusion than ever.
"If people want to have a bit of fun about how we dress, then so be it," May said.
The prime minister will promote the 'great union of nations' of the United Kingdom in Scotland visit.
Prime minister criticizes Britain's Theresa May for standing in the way of a new independence referendum.
'Right now we should be working together, not pulling apart,' May said.
Sturgeon said it was unlikely Scotland could get what it wanted from Brexit talks within the U.K.
'There are politicians in Westminster who think Brexit and all of this is some kind of game. It's not a game,' Sturgeon said.
Momentum toward another vote is growing while Theresa May moves ahead with Brexit plans.
The Supreme Court ruled that Edinburgh's devolved assembly did not need to be consulted on triggering Brexit.
Scottish government will table plans this week.
Not just the U.K.'s economic prosperity is at stake, but also whether it will remain together.
The first minister promised a bill allowing for a new vote and strongly suggested she would use it in a 'hard Brexit.'
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had hoped to use the Brexit vote to bolster support for Scottish independence.
The Labour leadership contender's comments came as he launched a spoof manifesto for the Conservatives.
Prime Minister May told Scotland she believed "with all my heart" in keeping the U.K. together.
Nicola Sturgeon was pressed to work closely with the U.K. government.
Nicola Sturgeon may have to take Scottish independence off the table to get a deal with the EU.
Women in the top jobs would send a powerful message about who is fit to lead—and not just in times of crisis.
Germany's Angela Merkel and Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon may be the EU's saviours.