Jokes about Donald Trump, Love Island and Coleen Rooney’s sleuth saga have been named as some the best Christmas cracker gags of 2019.
Management consultancy Mind Gym has revealed a jump in half-year profits as it capitalises on company overhauls and the recent spate of high-profile workplace harassment scandals.
Caley Thistle have added two fresh board members with David Cameron and Allan Munro both returning for second stints as directors at Caledonian Stadium.
John Bercow has claimed David Cameron “thinks people like him are born to rule” as he criticised the former prime minister’s “enormous” self-confidence.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told “so many lies” during the Brexit campaign, the outgoing president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has claimed.
Twitter has removed a tweet by US President Donald Trump that featured Nickelback’s song Photograph after receiving a copyright complaint from the band.
Lord Tony Hall has said that politicians should submit to long-form interviews so they can be “quizzed at length” about their policies.
David Cameron actively sought support for a No vote from the Queen when he stayed at Balmoral during the independence referendum campaign, it has emerged.
Jeremy Paxman has said Boris Johnson is someone “you wouldn’t trust alone with your sister”.
Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook has described the current levels of poverty in the UK as “disgraceful”.
Emmerdale fans saw the funny side of a funeral with a joke at the expense of David Cameron.
Saturday Night Live has taken aim at Prime Minister Theresa May and former Conservative party leader David Cameron in a political Christmas sketch.
Danny Dyer has said the royal family does not recognise his regal heritage, adding that he is “110,000th in line to the throne”.
Benedict Cumberbatch has described playing the director of the Vote Leave campaign as a “hell of a role”.
Long before Brexit was even a word (let alone the epoch-making political event that lies round the corner), David Lidington was holding forth in a smart restaurant in Belfast.
Danny Dyer has attacked Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage in an expletive-ridden rant.
David Cameron has refused to rise to the bait after being subjected to a brutal tongue-lashing from actor Danny Dyer over his part in Brexit.
Councillors have agreed to press ahead with a package of environmental works around Aberdeen Art Gallery despite criticism from the city’s SNP group.
Celebrity chef and food campaigner Jamie Oliver has attacked Brexit for “blowing up” the strategy to tackle childhood obesity he had worked on with David Cameron.
A Deeside gamekeeper has been banned from working for three years amid claims a bird of prey was illegally trapped on an estate.
The father of a jailed drugs dealer has won his battle with Police Scotland to get his weapons returned and his guns licence restored.
Theresa May blocked David Cameron's attempt after last year's Brexit referendum to unilaterally guarantee that European Union nationals living in Britain could stay in the country, George Osborne's newspaper has claimed.
Theresa May will hold talks with Northern Irish political leaders today amid fears a deal between the Democratic Unionists and Tories could undermine the peace process.
Theresa May has defended her planned cap on energy prices but admitted electricity and gas bills could still go up.
Downing Street has insisted Theresa May remains fully committed to reforming National Insurance for the self-employed - despite offering an apparent concession in the face of a backbench revolt.
An Aberdeenshire estate, valued at £10.5million, has been sold to a mystery buyer.
David Cameron promised he will “be back” as he channelled Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator in a video with the Hollywood star.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell said last night that coming out was one of the most difficult things he has done - but also among the best.
Last week I went to a memorial service for somebody you have never heard of.
Former chancellor George Osborne has urged Theresa May to get on with making a decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
They don't often agree, but Nicola Sturgeon and Kezia Dugdale have rounded on Theresa May, branding her vision for Brexit "ugly" and "toxic".
The UK transport secretary has promised regional connectivity will be an important factor in the decision over where to site a new runway in the south-east of England.