Boris Johnson is not as qualified to deal with national security crises as Jeremy Hunt, the de-facto deputy prime minister has warned.
The Scottish Government has called for an investigation into reports that EU citizens were unable to vote in the EU Parliament elections.
Jeremy Corbyn will claim that Labour can “unite our country” and heal the divisions caused by Brexit as he launches his campaign for the European elections.
The Government has accepted it cannot get its Brexit deal through Parliament in time to avoid European elections on May 23.
A security chief has praised Scotland’s work in cyber resilience and revealed the country is often used as a training ground for potential issues.
Theresa May’s deputy has insisted the Tories and Labour are making a “genuine attempt” to find a Brexit solution but warned compromises were needed from both sides.
Cross-party negotiations to try to break the Brexit deadlock were continuing in Whitehall on Friday, as Parliament began its delayed Easter holiday.
Theresa May’s announcement to Conservative MPs that she is prepared to step down for the second phase of Brexit talks should her EU withdrawal deal pass has sparked speculation about who might replace her.
MPs have warned the UK Government must not use “trickery” or “loopholes” to prevent the Commons from having its say on Brexit.
Theresa May will send dozens of her ministers to all corners of the country today as she fights to keep her Brexit deal alive ahead of next week’s Commons vote.
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.
Theresa May’s right-hand man last night announced a major Brexit concession in an attempt to reassure Unionists that UK’s integrity would not be undermined by EU Withdrawal.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has warned there will be no deal on Brexit unless the Scottish Government gets full control over devolved powers.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
David Cameron was accused of "palpably not delivering anything near Tory promises" on EU reform yesterday, as details of his renegotiation package emerged.