Theresa May has criticised Donald Trump for not singling out white supremacists for criticism following deadly unrest in Virginia, insisting there is “no equivalence” between fascists and their opponents.
The UK's new £3 billion aircraft carrier is a clear signal the country will remain a fully engaged global power, Theresa May said, as the ship arrived in Portsmouth.
The UK's newest aircraft carrier will arrive in her home dock this week after completing the latest round of sea trials, the Royal Navy has confirmed.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has blamed “quite serious deterioration” in Scottish education standards for the SNP’s “decline”.
Seventeen former army instructors are due before a court martial next month charged with assaults on recruits.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has described feeling a “sense of duty” to make the case against a hard Brexit, claiming the UK is “crying out for leadership of a moderate kind”.
Military personnel from the UK and US have co-ordinated a major exercise from a Scottish naval base, training battle staff for Britain's new aircraft carrier.
Talks on devolved powers coming back to Scotland when the UK leaves the European Union have ended in deadlock once again.
Britain's new aircraft carriers show the UK has "got it right" on defence spending, a minister has said.
The Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has met up with a US carrier group on exercise as the British vessel continues sea trials.
Britain's new £3 billion aircraft carrier will allow the UK to take its place at the top table of the world's military powers, a senior commander has said.
The Royal Navy's future flagship is expected to arrive in her new home port within weeks, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has confirmed.
Britain's wheelchair rugby squad for this year's Invictus Games have been put through their paces as they aim to better the bronze medal they won in Orlando in 2016.
When the recent oil price crash hit the north-east, thousands of Scots were suddenly left without work.
Tributes have been paid to one of the last remaining Battle of Britain Spitfire pilots after he died aged 99.
Britain is reliant on "the goodwill of others" to keep the country safe, Labour has claimed, as figures revealed that Nato allies deployed nearly 40 aircraft to RAF Lossiemouth last year.
A super sized American aircraft carrier used in the fight against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has anchored in British waters ahead of a joint US and UK training exercise.
American sailors working on one of the largest and most powerful aircraft carriers in the world will only be judged on their ability to complete the mission and not whether they are transgender, a US admiral has said.
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".
Michael Gove has warned America it can’t “simply walk out of the room when the heat is on”, saying he “deeply regrets” Donald Trump’s approach to the Paris climate change agreement.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said she was left "surprised" by differences in pay for the BBC's male and female stars.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has cut the steel for the first of a "formidable" new fleet of frigates that will form the backbone of the Royal Navy in the coming decades.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will have the "opportunity" for more control over their farming and fishing post-Brexit, albeit within a UK-wide structure, a minister has said.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley is "still minded" to refer 21st Century Fox's £11.7 billion bid for Sky t o the UK's competition watchdog.
There will soon be a vacancy for a Highland councillor.
Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil urged people to “treat others as you would like to be treated”, as his bill to improve the rights of refugees was presented in the Commons yesterday.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has implored Theresa May to “shake the magic money tree” for women affected by accelerated increases to their state pension age.
Theresa May has cast doubt on Britain's relationship with the European single market during any post-Brexit transitional period.
An influential group of peers is calling on the UK Government to “raise its game” in consulting the devolved administrations on Brexit.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged Scottish ministers to follow the UK Government’s lead in clamping down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
MPs will discuss the Government's plans to raise tuition fees after the Speaker granted an emergency debate.
Public sector workers' pay decisions should follow the process used to fix MPs' salaries, ministers have been told as Philip Hammond faced fresh criticism.