A shake-up of parental leave entitlements could see fathers spend more time with their babies.
Potential Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to end “unfair” prosecutions of veterans who served in Northern Ireland.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt will personally inspect preparations for the arrival of the new submarine hunting planes at RAF Lossiemouth next year.
Parliament will step in to change Northern Ireland’s strict law on abortion if a court rules it is incompatible with individual human rights, Women and Equalities Minister Penny Mordaunt has said.
The Treasury is “missing a trick” on the value of the military to the nation, says Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned the Tories will be “annihilated” if they fight a general election before delivering Brexit.
An Aberdeen councillor has written to the defence secretary inviting her to the city as the local authority continues with its vision of making the Granite City Scotland’s “friendliest” to veterans.
The Irish Government has expressed concern about “loose comments” following UK Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt’s intervention on protecting veterans.
New Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said she is determined to end the “chilling” threat of repeated investigations into alleged historical offences by British troops who served in Northern Ireland.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt is facing calls to extend strengthened legal protections to British troops facing investigation over alleged historical offences to veterans of the Northern Ireland conflict.
British troops facing investigation over alleged historical offences will be granted stronger legal protections, the new Defence Secretary is set to announce.
New Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said it is a “personal priority” for her to ensure that service personnel are not unfairly pursued in relation to allegations of historical misbehaviour.
The Duke of Cambridge and new Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt have heard of the pride and sacrifice that has gone into delivering five decades of Britain’s continuous at-sea nuclear deterrent.
The Duke of Cambridge and new Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt will attend a special service to recognise five decades of Britain’s continuous at-sea nuclear deterrent.
Theresa May has sacked Gavin Williamson as Defence Secretary despite his “strenuous” denial that he was responsible for the unprecedented leak of information from the National Security Council.
Gavin Williamson has been sacked as Defence Secretary following an inquiry into the leak of information from last week’s National Security Council meeting.
An Aberdeen University graduate is travelling through some of the world's most dangerous war zones to deliver food to starving people.
New proposals to put an end to the unethical use of gagging clauses after employees conned into signing them
The proposals aimed at putting an end to the unethical use of these agreements include clarifying in law that confidentiality clauses cannot prevent people from speaking to the police and reporting a crime or prevent the disclosure of information in any criminal proceedings; requiring a clear, written description of rights before anything is signed in confidentiality clauses in employment contracts or within a settlement agreement and extending the law that means a worker agreeing to a settlement agreement receives independent advice.
Given the gallons of the stuff that was consumed on Burns’ Night last week it seems appropriate to compare Brexit to malt whisky: both are best consumed straight.
Predictions are a mug's game at the best of times but in the current political climate they are particularly daft.
Robbie Williams has chosen St George’s Day to announce five new stars for his England team ahead of the Soccer Aid For Unicef match in June.
Philanthropist Sir Ian Wood has warned that the Oxfam scandal must not become an excuse to slash the UK’s foreign aid budget.
Oxfam’s handling of sex allegations has been condemned by the Government – with a threat that millions in taxpayer funding could be cut off.
The UK's armed forces minister has visited RAF Lossiemouth to survey the base which has been selected as home to a new fleet of maritime patrol aircraft.