Another stalemate in UK/Scotland post-Brexit devolution talks

23 February 2018

Michael Russell reports no agreement on devolved powers after latest round of joint ministerial talks

Theresa May's government could collapse over Brexit turmoil, says John Curtice

22 February 2018

Top political scientist Sir John Curtice predicts further Brexit turmoil for Theresa May, including the possibility of a collapsed government and a general election 

The moral case for divestment from fossil fuels is far from clear cut

22 February 2018

Professor Robert Ellam discusses climate change and calls for universities to divest from fossil fuels

Theresa May's Brexit transition period strategy 'not agreed with Cabinet'

22 February 2018

Cabinet ministers say they did not agree to Theresa May's transition period strategy days before an away day aimed at healing divisions

Scottish budget passed

22 February 2018

Scotland's income tax system will converge from the UK for the first time after Holyrood passes budget

UK needs to adhere to GDPR after Brexit, says techUK chief

21 February 2018

The leader of a UK tech trade body has written to Liam Fox to argue that the UK must adhere to EU data protection rules

Roundtable: Cloud computing in the public sector

21 February 2018

Many public bodies are moving data to the cloud, but there are challenges to implement the change

The press must remain as fabulous and flawed as it has always been

21 February 2018

Mark McLaughlin pays tribute to the Post - both of them - and warns against jumping to 'fake news' assumptions

£3m fund for language education confirmed

21 February 2018

Scottish Government aims to have pupils learning a second and third language in primary school

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

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

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”

Department of Work and Pensions digital project to manage debts of up to 15 million citizens

19 February 2018

The DWP plans ‘modernisation’ of its work to collect more than £1bn owed to the UK Government each year