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The first minister, it appears, has had a Damascene conversion and now joins the ranks of those of us who have been arguing that the policy of self-ID is inherently risky
Councillor Mark Kerr was a 'predator hiding in plain sight', prosecutors said
The former Chancellor pulled out of the Tory leadership race earlier this year after failing to get enough support
The most recent offer – the fourth one made to the unions – was rejected yesterday by the EIS
Our goal is to make sure that the next generation of workers in the energy services industry has the skills required to deliver improvements that aim to decarbonise how our homes are heated.
The political scientist, who died earlier this month, was the father of psephology, writes Sir John Curtice
The removal of a woman wearing suffragette colours...