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Furious political leaders in the north of England are pledging to fight for a fair deal on transport cash after the Government scaled back plans in the north while backing billions more for the south.
Low-paid jobseekers are being conned out of hundreds of pounds by being duped into applying for fake work, it has been revealed.
Leaseholds on new-build houses could be banned under Government proposals to cut out abuses of the system.
An £8.6m fund for community ventures will be announced in Inverness today.
More than 100,000 people in the north of Scotland will be hit by Tory pension amendments, according to fresh analysis by the House of Commons Library.
Opposition parties have heaped scorn on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for his apparent ignorance on the single market.
More than £1.5m funding is being given to schools in the north to close the attainment gap, the Scottish Government has announced.
Donald Trump has talked up the prospects of a "very big and exciting" post-Brexit trade deal between the US and UK, amid controversy over whether Britain would have to relax food standards to secure an agreement.
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has arrived in Australia on the latest leg of his extended overseas mission to drum up trade deals for the UK after Brexit.
The cost of holiday childcare has risen by more than 50% across Britain since 2010, Labour has said.
Claims that child mortality rose in Iraq following economic sanctions are "a major deception", researchers have claimed.
Armchair critics of Britain's most powerful warship need to "shut up for a while", said the Defence Secretary as he hailed the return of "big decks and fast jets".
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has come under fresh fire after backing London's multibillion-pound Crossrail 2 scheme days after announcing that rail electrification plans for Wales and northern England are being cut.
A leading Tory activist has said "it's a possibility" that Government plans to make it easier to change gender have been influenced by Education Secretary Justine Greening's sexuality.
An investigation into the abuse of parliamentary candidates will examine whether measures to protect public service integrity are effective despite the rise of social media.
The SNP has called on Scottish Labour to confirm their position on the single market after the Welsh First Minister appeared to contradict comments made by UK party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Remaining in the customs union after Brexit would be a "disaster", Labour's trade spokesman said in the latest sign of the party's divisions on the issue.
Ramsay Jones: BBC can’t treat its female staff like poor relations – and for that matter, neither can anyone else
The price of a cafe latte. Or if you prefer it, a cappuccino. Per household. Per week. Just 10p a day per person for a family of four. That’s the cost of a TV licence fee.
Alex Salmond talks with his hands which is perhaps not surprising for a politician of 30 years.
Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has said there is no need to leave the European single market when Britain leaves the European Union.
A north MSP has secured another award for his road safety campaigning.
Decisions on whether to allow chlorine-washed chicken to be sold to British consumers would be taken at the "very end stage" of a potential US-UK free trade deal, Liam Fox said as he condemned media "obsession" with the subject.
A £246 million Government programme to boost battery technology has been welcomed as paving the way to a lower cost and cleaner energy system.
More than seven million people in their 30s and 40s will lose out by £10,000 each under Government plans to increase the state pension age earlier than planned.
The International Trade Secretary has insisted it is "not a huge deal" if transitional arrangements when Britain quits the European Union last up until 2022.
Boris Johnson will push for progress on a post-Brexit trade deal with New Zealand when he lands in Wellington for talks with the prime minister.
David Davis has topped a survey of Tory members as the candidate to replace Theresa May as leader but most want the Prime Minister to remain in post.
The Director-General of the BBC said he will "value (the) contribution" of more than 40 senior female presenters and reporters who signed a letter demanding immediate action from him to tackle the gender pay gap.
Education minister Nick Gibb has vowed to stamp out homophobic playground bullying as he opened up about his personal battle to publicly admit his sexuality.
The Scottish and Welsh governments have written to the UK Immigration Minister raising concerns about the treatment of unaccompanied child refugees.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he did not promise to write off student debt as he campaigned for the youth vote in the general election.
Gay men will be allowed to donate blood three months after having sex instead of a year under equalities reforms announced by the Government.