Scotland Yard’s warning to the media about publishing more leaked diplomatic cables from Britain’s ambassador to the US has been deemed unacceptable and akin to the approach of a “totalitarian” regime.
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard newspaper has backed the Lib Dems in Thursday’s EU elections.
Sir Paul McCartney and George Osborne were among the revellers at a party hosted by Sir Mick Jagger.
Violent threats, racial slurs and misogynist insults form the core of a new “drill” music track released this week, but they are all quotes from serving politicians and public figures.
A hard Brexit will lead the Conservatives to an election loss, George Osborne said.
Former chancellor George Osborne has been appointed editor of one of the country's best read newspapers.
Philip Hammond cut a relaxed figure at the Despatch Box yesterday.
Former chancellor George Osborne has urged Theresa May to get on with making a decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
The chancellor is poised to snub further pleas for help from the oil and gas industry amid the continuing downturn.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is "deeply disappointing" that the new chancellor has suggested Scotland should not have a different relationship with Europe to the rest of the UK.
Theresa May left Number 10 after David Cameron's final Cabinet yesterday knowing the next time she returns will be as prime minister.
David Cameron has insisted the UK must not turn its back on Europe or the rest of the world in the aftermath of the nation's vote to leave the EU.
Ruth Davidson would make a "brilliant" prime minister, the chancellor said yesterday.
George Osborne has said voting to stay in the EU was the "simplest way" to kill-off the SNP's bid for a second Scottish independence referendum.
David Cameron warned yesterday that a British exit from the EU would put a "bomb under our economy", as both camps ramped up the rhetoric with the referendum moving closer.
UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove was left red-faced last night after he muddled up the names of two major north-east ports.
Aberdeen's two MPs teamed-up in the Commons yesterday to press the Westminster government on tax havens and productivity.
The International Monetary Fund has claimed that a vote for a British exit from the European Union could cause "severe regional and global damage".
North-east MP Stuart Donaldson challenged the prime minister over his faith in the chancellor yesterday after the UK Government was forced to abandon cuts to disability benefits.
George Osborne did apologise yesterday.
A Scottish MP who previously worked in Brussels has said the city stands for the "very best" in what terrorists "hate most".
George Osborne resisted repeated calls to apologise and resign yesterday after being forced into a U-turn over his plans to slash disability benefits.
Shadow energy secretary Lisa Nandy said last night there was "nothing" in the Budget to secure the "untapped potential" of the North Sea.
George Osborne's soft drinks tax could lead to people consuming more sugar, according to economic think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The North Sea oil and gas industry has pumped more than £300billion into the Scottish and wider UK economy over the last four decades.
George Osborne is due to visit Inverness next week to unveil the long-awaited city deal, the Press and Journal has learned.
The SNP branded George Osborne's Budget a "missed opportunity" last night and accused him of "lacking the vision" to bring forward a long-term strategy for the North Sea.
John Swinney has claimed the Budget will slash £1billion from the Scottish Government's coffers.
Chancellor George Osborne delivered a £1billion "shot in the arm" to the struggling North Sea yesterday.
George Osborne has announced a package of measures worth £1billion to help the North Sea oil and gas industry. The Chancellor has scrapped the Petroleum Revenue Tax and cut the Supplementary in half to 10%. For more on the story, visit our sister website, Energy Voice.
The amount people can earn before being hit by income tax will rise to £11,500 in April 2017, benefiting millions of workers.
George Osborne has announced major tax cuts for North Sea oil and gas companies in his budget today.