Sections

Arlene Foster calls for Westminster to make key spending decision in Northern Ireland

20 February 2018

In a phone conversation yesterday, the DUP leader asked Karen Bradley to set a budget and spending priorities for the province's schools, hospitals and infrastructure

UK will not become "Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction", says David Davis

20 February 2018

Brexit Secretary will also insist the UK will lead "a race to the top in global standards" amid claims the Government could slash employment and environmental regulations outside the EU

Neil Kinnock urges Jeremy Corbyn to stop Brexit

19 February 2018

Neil Kinnock issued a stark warning about the future of the health service and its dependence on EU membership for survival

Boris Johnson's love-bomb fell as flat as a corked prosecco

19 February 2018

Boris Johnson wrote a Valentine’s card to himself and expected us all to be overcome by his magnificence

All by myself: tackling loneliness and social isolation in Scotland

19 February 2018

More than one in ten adults often feel lonely and the Scottish Government is consulting on a strategy to tackle the problem

Parliament should vote on boundary review as soon as possible, say MPs

19 February 2018

Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee warns that current system has “serious problems”

Disability group calls for pause on campaign to eradicate plastic straws

16 February 2018

One in Five has pointed out that alternatives to single-use plastic straws may not be suitable for people with disabilities

Getting to know you: Colin Smyth MSP

16 February 2018

Labour MSP for South Scotland Colin Smyth sits down for a moment of levity with Holyrood

Former Police Scotland chief constable to join Metropolitan Police

15 February 2018

Former Police Scotland chief constable Sir Stephen House is to become assistant commissioner of the Met

What is the British dream Theresa May talks of?

15 February 2018

Brexit has necessitated attempts to remind the world of what Britain is for, but there has been little sign of British values in the debate