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SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned Theresa May not to go down the "very, very dangerous road" of ignoring the Scottish Government's call for a seat at the Brexit negotiating table.
David Mundell came under fresh pressure last night after Theresa May refused to say whether she received representations from him on the £1billion DUP deal.
Labour will challenge MPs to back a "jobs first" Brexit that delivers the "exact same benefits" of the European single market and customs union in the final round of House of Commons votes on the Queen's Speech.
Visitors should be charged £10 to enter Britain to pay for new technology to avoid the need for a hard Irish border and increase the ease of doing business after Brexit, a think-tank has said.
Taxpayers' money and government time is wasted by ministers backing the "wrong" infrastructure projects with a risk that poor decisions could lock in harmful effects on the economy, a think-tank has warned.
Speaking in his exclusive Press and Journal video blog, former First Minister Alex Salmond gives his thoughts on the £1billion Tory-DUP deal at Westminster and whether it can last.
Scotland's Brexit Minister has told a Holyrood committee that he is "not 100% convinced" the UK will leave the EU.
Brexit is not at the "top of the agenda" for Germany, the country's ambassador to the UK has confirmed in a further indication the European Union is looking to a future without the UK.
When a 20-something-year-old Jamie Stone told his father of his aspiration to be an MP one day, the remark was met with a "very quizzical raised eyebrow".
A Belgian MEP has claimed Theresa May has shown appalling leadership and should go back to the voters on Brexit.
The row over the Tories' £1billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party intensified last night as the SNP called into question David Mundell's position as Scottish secretary.
Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, criticised the first minister for being out of touch and said she had not gone far enough in merely delaying the possibility of a second referendum.
Boris Johnson is joining international talks aimed at reunifying Cyprus after more than 40 years of division amid hopes of a high-level breakthrough.
Theresa May faces her first Prime Minister's Questions since a disastrous general election amid apparent Cabinet splits over Brexit and anger over the deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to prop up her minority government.
Companies and governments are being targeted by an updated version of a known virus, Europol said.
Labour has accused the Government of a "shambles" over public sector pay, amid confusion over the future of the 1% cap on annual rises.
Almost half of Britons think the Government should raise taxes and increase spending, according to a major study of social attitudes.
More social care cuts will hit elderly and disabled people due to a funding shortfall, leaders of adult social services have said.
Britain risks becoming more divided unless there is a renewed effort to reduce the gap between the "haves and have-nots", the influential Social Mobility Commission has warned.
Theresa May and the Conservatives will be challenged on Wednesday to show they are committed to ending "austerity" in the police and fire services by backing a Labour amendment to the Queen's Speech.
The First Minister's decision to put her indyref2 plans on ice shows she was profoundly shocked to see her party's big beasts fall as victims of a Tory surge.
The Scottish Government has threatened to invoke formal dispute resolution procedures with the UK Government as the row over the Tories' £1 billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) intensified.
Sir Vince Cable looks set to become Liberal Democrat leader after all of the party's senior MPs ruled themselves out of the race to succeed Tim Farron.
The Scottish Government could launch a formal dispute against a £1billion deal that will see the DUP prop up a Tory administration at Westminster.
The UK will be out of the EU customs union and single market by March 2019, David Davis said.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a "reset" of the Scottish Government's plans to hold a new independence vote.
Abortion should be decriminalised, medics at the British Medical Association (BMA) have said.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a major crackdown on the "scourge of knife crime" in the capital after three fatal stabbings were reported within hours of each other.
The RAF could carry out air strikes in response to cyber attacks aimed at Britain, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon warned potential hackers.
Almost one in three Britons has spent time in poverty in recent years, according to new statistics.
Britain's most powerful warship is not vulnerable to a cyber attack, the Defence Secretary has insisted, after fears were raised about its software.
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed plans for a second referendum on Scottish independence are being put on hold - but added it is still "likely" there could be another ballot before 2021.