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Philip Hammond has refused to endorse Theresa May to lead the Conservatives into the next general election.
Lawyers have warned about the possible impact Brexit could have on the NHS, claiming that leaving the European Union could result in delays in patients getting new medicines and also impact on the supply radioisotopes used in cancer treatment.
Chancellor Philip Hammond pledged the "broad shoulders" of the UK would continue to support Scotland as he announced £5 million funding for oil and gas exploration.
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Scottish Labour leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has claimed the decision to suspend Aberdeen Labour councillors after they went into coalition with the Tories was seen by many as “inconsistent”.
Uber will need to tighten up employee rights to win licenses in future, Labour’s business spokeswoman has suggested.
SNP ministers have continued to insist Brexit legislation is a "blatant power grab" from Westminster - despite a senior UK Government minister claiming he was "cautiously optimistic" talks could end the deadlock between the two administrations.
A senior Scottish Labour figure has said he found out about Kezia Dugdale's intention to quit as party leader 15 minutes before it was announced.
Nicola Sturgeon has spoken out about the "double whammy" of judgement she faced as a young woman starting out in the male-dominated world of politics.
Nicola Sturgeon should park plans to hold a second independence referendum for at least five years, a former Scottish first minister has said.
A Tory MP has admitted she did not vote in the Brexit referendum because the decision was "very difficult".
A Labour MSP has criticised a Scottish Government minister who controversially called for a new tax on campervans to be introduced in the Western Isles.
Next year, the National Health Service will celebrate its 70th anniversary.
The first reforms to contract laws on third party rights in almost 100 years have been approved by the Scottish Parliament.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed Catalonia's right to hold a referendum on independence, saying she is concerned about attempts to stop the vote.
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Glasgow City Council's failure to provide detailed information on 57 high-rise blocks where Grenfell-style cladding was used has been branded a "monumental" error.
The former Conservative MP and arch Eurosceptic Sir Teddy Taylor has died, his family said. He was 80.
At a time when we desperately need investment in our public services and to drive Scotland’s economy, it is right to consider using the tax powers of the Scottish Parliament in a progressive way - ensuring that those who are able to pay a bit more do so.
The vote in the Scottish Parliament yesterday was the clearest sign yet that the SNP is lurching to the left, and planning a raid on the pockets of the majority of Scottish taxpayers.
MSPs gathered outside Holyrood with animal rights campaigners yesterday calling on colleagues to support plans for tougher sentences on animal cruelty.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
A Scottish Labour leadership candidate who has come under fire over the wages paid by a family firm has said the Living Wage should be compulsory.
Dozens of high rise developments in Glasgow have cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower, it has been confirmed.
Metal detectors should be trialled in schools to protect children from knife crime, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.
The Scottish and Welsh governments have published amendments to key Brexit legislation, stating they are necessary to "respect the hard-won devolution settlements".
Campaigning focused on party leaders has damaged democracy and was to blame for Liberal Democrat losses in recent elections, according to Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has opened the door to alliances with the talks with the SNP over Brexit and the budget.
The SNP's "time is up" and the party will lose the next election, the Scottish Liberal Democrats' leader has said.
Vince Cable has released a four second teaser video ahead of his new party political broadcast.
It was an early autumn day in London.
The convener of an Aberdeenshire SNP branch has apologised after labelling Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie “insane” and “unhinged”.