The finance secretary said the plans would help Scotland recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Document says 'legal referendum' will be held after the pandemic if there is a pro-independence majority following May's election.
Dozens of lorries from Scotland's coastal communities park near Downing Street to protest post-Brexit trading arrangements.
All passengers arriving in Scotland from overseas are now required to self-isolate for ten days as new rules come into effect.
UK Government has 'commercial confidentiality concerns' about the information included.
Transport firm that deals with bulk of Scottish seafood trade cancels groupage export service until next Monday.
Joanna Cherry QC accuses Priti Patel of 'repeating mistakes we've seen the UK Government make' throughout pandemic.
The draft treaty and associated Brexit agreements stretch to 1,246 pages of complex legal text.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak says UK Government will continue to contribute 80% towards wages for an extra month.
Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula von der Leyen discussed 'major unresolved topics' in phone call on Sunday.
Justice Secretary says Royal Navy will not be deployed in Scotland as MOD confirms armed vessels are on standby.
The move was announced as the UK prepares to co-host an international online summit on climate change.
Leaders will attempt to reach breakthrough on post-Brexit trade deal as transition period nears an end.
The programme forms part of a £16.5bn spending pledge aimed at boosting the UK's defence.
Boris Johnson said Pfizer announcement was a sign the 'scientific cavalry' was on its way.
Home secretary Priti Patel said the change is a 'precautionary measure and is not based on any specific threat'.
Finance secretary accused the Treasury of denying request for full furlough 'at any point' it is needed north of the border.
First Minister says it is 'intolerable' that coronavirus funding in England will not lead to extra cash for the Scottish Government.
Prime Minister says UK prepared to move to trading on World Trade Organisation rules when the Brexit transition period ends.
MPs voted 340 to 256 in favour of the Brexit legislation, which enables the UK to break international law.