A “friendship group” has been set up by Members of the European Parliament, aiming to forge closer links with the UK as it leaves the EU.
The Scottish Government has assured farmers and crofters it has no plans to end direct subsidy support to the sector.
Richard Leonard has told Labour leadership contenders that the Scottish party will decide the position on independence.
English farmers will be paid for “public goods” such as protecting water and air quality, boosting wildlife and tackling climate change under new laws for agriculture.
High earners could end up being given pension tax breaks as part of efforts to get doctors to take on more shifts, The Times has reported.
Scottish Labour’s only remaining MP is pledging to visit every corner of the UK to try to win back support for his party if he becomes deputy leader.
Boris Johnson has conceded NHS waiting times are “unacceptable” in the face of demands from Jeremy Corbyn for action to help patients.
The Scottish Government has “many options” it could use to push for a second independence referendum if Boris Johnson continues to deny such a vote, a Holyrood minister has said.
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Nicola Sturgeon has “no mandate” for a second independence referendum, Labour leadership hopeful Jess Phillips has insisted, as she said she would have turned down the Scottish First Minister’s request for a section 30 order if she was PM.
Labour has to change and reconnect with voters or else it will become irrelevant, party leadership hopeful Jess Phillips declared.
Flybe’s collapse has been averted after the Government told the airline it would review air passenger duty (APD) and shareholders agreed to inject additional investment.
Regional airline Flybe has secured a rescue deal with the Government that will allow it to keep operating, the Business Secretary said.
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald said her party have “listened and learned” from their local election losses and is optimistic they can gain more seats in the Dail.
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Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland “will get the right to decide our own future” despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson rejecting her plea for a second independence referendum.
Boris Johnson has formally rejected a call for Holyrood to be given the power to hold a second independence referendum.
Labour leadership candidate Jess Phillips has called for a change in the party’s culture after a member claimed he was subjected to anti-Semitic abuse at a local meeting.
Iran’s ambassador to the UK has been given a dressing down over the arrest of Britain’s representative in Tehran.
Iran’s ambassador to the UK has attended a meeting at the Foreign Office after being summoned following the arrest of Britain’s top diplomat in Tehran.
Jess Phillips is to “unashamedly” make the case for Labour as a unionist party during a visit to Scotland.
The UK has demanded an apology from Iran’s ambassador in London after the arrest of Britain’s top diplomat in Tehran.
Stormont is expecting the Government to stump up at least £2 billion to support the deal that delivered a return to powersharing, a new minister has said.
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Labour leadership outsider Clive Lewis has said the campaign to take Britain out of the EU had “racism at its heart”.
Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long-Bailey has said she would abolish the House of Lords if she succeeded in becoming prime minister.
An estimated 80,000 people have marched through Glasgow to demand Scottish independence.
Powersharing is returning to Northern Ireland after Sinn Fein joined the DUP in backing a deal to re-enter devolved government together.
Powersharing is set to return to Northern Ireland after Sinn Fein joined the DUP leadership in backing a deal to re-enter devolved government together.
A new bill has been introduced in Westminster to ensure farmers and crofters continue to receive subsidies for the 2020 scheme year.
Sinn Fein has agreed to back a deal to restore powersharing at Stormont – a move that confirms the return of devolved government in Northern Ireland after a three-year absence.
A former Labour Cabinet minister has said he is “100% certain” Scotland will become independent.