In a statement to parliament, UK defence minister Anna Soubry said: “The recommendations from the report have either been addressed or are in the process of being addressed.”
Investigators’ report into the 2012 Tornado crash over the Moray Firth, which caused the deaths of three RAF Lossiemouth pilots, has been published today.
Haggis makers are hoping to return the Scottish delicacy to US tables by overturning a 43-year US import ban.
The SNP has raised fresh concerns about military cutbacks after a patrol vessel was sent to intercept Russian naval vessels in the English Channel.
Just 76 overseas-based military personnel have reportedly registered to vote in the independence referendum in the north and north-east.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will tell Scots today that voting No to independence will mean a "yes" to change.
The academic at the centre of the row over the cost of establishing an independent Scotland has now estimated the bill for the first decade would be up to £1.5billion.
Investigators could finally publish their verdict on the Tornado jet crash which killed three RAF Lossiemouth pilots as the base prepares to mark the second anniversary of the tragedy.
A north road safety campaigner has been told there are no plans to bring forward restricted driving licences for young motorists in the immediate future.
David Cameron has been quizzed on the threat posed by home-grown jihadists after it emerged that an Aberdeen man had joined Islamist fighters in Syria.
A Foreign Office chief said yesterday that communities must be "vigilant" against the rise of Islamic radicalism among young men in the UK.
David Cameron says the police and security services are “taking all the action necessary” to keep Britain safe from home-grown jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq.
Ed Miliband asks the PM of he can assure the Commons that no civil servant raised concerns with him about Andy Coulson. David Cameron says assurances were given at the Leveson inquiry.
Labour leader Ed Miliband responds that the PM “just didn’t want to know” the truth about Andy Coulson when the appointment was made.
Prime Minister David Cameron says the victims of phone hacking must be remembered, and the free press must be cherished, as he apologises again for appointing Andy Coulson as his top spin doctor.
The Isis jihadist from Aberdeen is believed to have gone to the same school as UK Education Secretary Michael Gove.
The SNP has claimed that new plans to build a high speed rail link between northern English cities will keep Scotland in the "slow lane".
A group of MPs has asked the UK Government to outline its views on holding US-style presidential elections in Britain.
Peers will today debate the constitutional impact of Scottish independence on the UK.
See pictures from tonight’s Press and Journal sponsored event, “Stick or Twist – The Referendum Debate” featuring Danny Alexander and John Swinney.
The UK Government is facing calls to refund holiday-makers in the north and north-east who lose out because of a backlog in passport applications.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has hinted that he would resign before he would ever agree to a currency union with an independent Scotland.
The UK Government is planning to offer higher pay rates to attract life-saving coastguard watch-keepers in Aberdeen and Shetland after admitting to local staff shortages.
A senior UK Government minister was left embarrassed last night after an attempt to score political points out of the Commonwealth Games backfired.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls tells Westminster’s Scottish affairs committee that Labour could rule out a currency union with an independent Scotland in its next manifesto if there was a Yes vote.
David Cameron says more can be done so UK’s honours system reflects what public wants, which he says is recognition of “generosity and compassion”.
David Cameron asked about his failing campaign to stop Jean-Claude Juncker from becoming European Commission president. Responds that he will “fight to the very end”.
David Cameron announces plans to legislate to make it illegal to plan overseas terrorist attacks from UK, amid the escalating Iraq crisis, and says he is boosting aid budget.
Prime Minister David Cameron says he doesn’t want anybody to miss their holiday this summer because of the passport application backlog at the Home Office.
The SNP has called for Tony Blair to be removed as peace envoy in the Middle East amid the growing crisis in Iraq.
One more person has agreed to take voluntary redundancy at Kinloss Barracks as a controversial military shake-up finally nears completion.