Talks are continuing over the proposed night Tube service September 8 and 10 London Underground strikes halted for night Tube talks

Talks are continuing over the proposed night Tube service The threat of fresh strikes over plans for an all night Tube service in London has been averted after a union suspended industrial action. Read Full Story

 

Hillary Clinton was by a senior adviser that a Conservative-Lib Dem coalition would quickly fall apart according to newly released emails ‘Inbred’ Clegg, ‘disingenuous’ Hague slated in emails to Clinton

Hillary Clinton was by a senior adviser that a Conservative-Lib Dem coalition would quickly fall apart according to newly released emails Hillary Clinton was repeatedly warned by a key confidant that the UK's Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition would rapidly fall apart in the wake of the 2010 general election, according to newly released emails. Read Full Story

 

A legal challenge to the election of Alistair Carmichael is to be broadcast live Alistair Carmichael election challenge being broadcast live on TV

A legal challenge to the election of Alistair Carmichael is to be broadcast live A legal challenge to the election of Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael will be broadcast live and in full in what is believed to be a television first for a court hearing in Scotland. Read Full Story

 

Voters in the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union should not be asked a "Yes/No" question, to avoid possible perceptions of bias, the country's electoral watchdog has recommended. PM accepts electoral watchdog’s advice on EU referendum question

Voters in the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union should not be asked a "Yes/No" question, to avoid possible perceptions of bias, the country's electoral watchdog has recommended. David Cameron has ditched plans to ask voters to answer Yes or No to continued UK membership of the EU, after the electoral watchdog warned the question could create perceptions of bias. Read Full Story

 

Shetland Islands Council Leader Gary Robinson Concerns raised over future of Orkney tug

Shetland Islands Council Leader Gary Robinson The UK Government is facing renewed calls to guarantee the future of Scotland's only emergency tug vessel amid "grave concerns" it could be axed next year. Read Full Story

 

Nigel Farage said Ukip will make immigration a central focus of its No campaign Ukip to launch its own No campaign for EU referendum

Nigel Farage said Ukip will make immigration a central focus of its No campaign Ukip will this week launch its own campaign for a No vote in the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union, separate from two existing campaigns, leader Nigel Farage has said. Read Full Story

 

The BBC has been accused of seeing itself as a unionist institution by one of its former editors BBC a unionist institution, says Channel 4 News economics editor Paul Mason

The BBC has been accused of seeing itself as a unionist institution by one of its former editors The BBC sees itself as a "unionist institution", according to a former BBC editor who accused the broadcaster of propaganda during the independence referendum campaign. Read Full Story

 

Nicola Sturgeon visits Craigentinny Primary School in Edinburgh to meet pupils taking part in active maths and active literacy lessons, as she prepares to set out how she plans to use new powers coming to Holyrood Nicola Sturgeon puts education at heart of legislative programme

Nicola Sturgeon visits Craigentinny Primary School in Edinburgh to meet pupils taking part in active maths and active literacy lessons, as she prepares to set out how she plans to use new powers coming to Holyrood Nicola Sturgeon has put education at the heart of her plans for the coming year, announcing proposals to bring in national testing in Scotland's primary schools. Read Full Story