The home secretary's plan is aimed at tackling acid attacks, which she said were ruining lives.
The Scottish Conservative leader also said "nobody is unsackable" when asked about Boris Johnson.
The foreign secretary did not condemn the police violence in Catalonia today.
"Together we saved the Union," said the prime minister, holding Ruth Davidson's arm aloft.
"Regardless of views on independence, we should all condemn the scenes being witnessed and call on Spain to change course before someone is seriously hurt," said Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon.
BuzzFeed News sat down with the two candidates to discuss their chances of replacing Nicola Sturgeon as first minister, the lowest moment of their careers, and Dr Dre.
Speaking at the Labour conference, a polling expert predicted that Scotland would be a "really, really big factor" in making Jeremy Corbyn prime minister.
One MP accused Momentum of organising a "stitch-up" after the Labour conference chose not to have a vote on Brexit policy.
The first minister of Scotland said she was concerned by the Spanish government's efforts to block the vote.
The Spanish government told BuzzFeed News that the Scottish government has misunderstood the situation in Catalonia.
One woman told BuzzFeed News she ended up having a miscarriage in her own bathroom after not being able to travel to an appointment 110 miles away.
"You are fucking us! I am going to bite you!" said DJ Jeremy Underground's agent.
Corbyn Supporters In Scottish Labour Are Running A Grassroots Campaign To Make Their Candidate Leader
"Unless we have a leader more closely aligned with the UK party, that wee bit of traction we have could easily be arrested," a Momentum leader told BuzzFeed News.
Scotland's first minister said the EU withdrawal bill "threatens the very principle on which our parliament is founded".
A community of Scots in recovery from substance abuse has grown rapidly over the past decade. At their first ever national conference, they told BuzzFeed News about their plans – inspired by the LGBT pride movement.
Reports by Infowars and Fox News claimed a Scottish student was under investigation for making fun of ISIS – but his university told BuzzFeed News this was not the case.
"As I walked to the doors of parliament the security said ‘Are you in the right place?’, and I said, 'Yeah, I’m here for justice for workers.'"
"It wasn’t in my control and I do regret that – I think it was unfair," said former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale.
She said it was time to "pass that baton on" to someone else, and denied being pushed out by supporters of Jeremy Corbyn.
"I liked the direction Labour were heading, then Momentum gathered behind him and I figured, let’s just fucking go for it," said one young Scot who crossed over.