Households are more than £800 a year worse off as a result of Brexit, an economic study has found.
The key questions ahead of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget on Wednesday are answered here:
Kenya’s opposition leader has called for “international intervention” amid an election crisis, saying at least 31 supporters have been killed since Friday.
Scottish MP Stewart McDonald has suggested he wants to go on RuPaul’s Drag Race – a competition show in which American actor RuPaul searches for the best drag queens in America.
Philip Hammond is taking some heat after he claimed “there are no unemployed people” in the UK.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been branded “out of touch” after he was forced to clarify his remark that “there are no unemployed people”.
A major programme of renationalisation under Labour would “not be a burden” on taxpayers, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Driverless cars will be given the green light for testing on roads nationwide under plans in the Budget designed to ensure the vehicles are being used in Britain in as little as three years.
There is no silver bullet to solve Britain’s housing crisis but the Budget will contain a range of proposals to help get 300,000 homes built a year, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.
Gerry Adams has announced his intention to step down as Sinn Fein president in 2018.
Just 18 months after being elected to the Scottish Parliament, Richard Leonard has become the new Scottish Labour leader.
Voting in Scottish Labour’s leadership contest has closed.
The first female Black Rod in the House of Lords in the 650-year history of the role has been approved by the Queen.
The UK faces the risk of “serious disruption” to security co-operation with its European neighbours unless it moves swiftly to secure a post-Brexit deal, a new report has warned.
Hundreds of workers at the struggling engineering firm BiFab have marched on the Scottish Parliament in their fight to safeguard jobs and secure the future of the company.
Scotland’s international reputation has been damaged by Alex Salmond’s decision to host a talk show on state-funded Russian television, Willie Rennie has claimed.
Labour would not set money aside to prepare for a “no deal” Brexit if it were in power, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Having mocked former presidential rival Marco Rubio for his water breaks, US President Donald Trump endured an incident of his own at the White House.
Downing Street has described as “speculation” reports that Theresa May is preparing to offer a further £20 billion to help clear the way for Brexit trade talks.
Former Labour health minister Susan Deacon has been appointed as the new chair of Scotland’s police oversight body.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said a Labour government would spent an additional £17 billion a year as he called for an “emergency budget” to alleviate the crisis in public services.
Scotland’s police and fire services could become exempt from paying VAT after the prime minister announced the Treasury was considering the matter.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said politicians should be “ashamed” that they did not act on harassment before now as fresh allegations rocked Holyrood.
Britain faces a repeat of the 2015 cross-Channel transport chaos if the Government botches plans for post-Brexit customs arrangements, a parliamentary report has warned.
Baby boomers who have paid off their own mortgages should not be allowed to get in the way of the construction of homes for a younger generation “crying out for help with housing”, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has said.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is calling on Philip Hammond to end seven years of austerity with an “emergency Budget” for public services.
Nicola Sturgeon has said agreement on Brexit is a step closer after meeting the prime minister at Downing Street.
Britain must spell out to the EU which financial obligations it is prepared to honour if the second phase of the Brexit negotiations are to get the green light, a key ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said.
Campaigners have demanded reform of the House of Lords after revealing 33 “couch potato peers” who took part in less than a quarter of votes but claimed an average of £14,015 each in tax-free expenses last year.
Britain risks “losing our edge” as a scientific research powerhouse as a result of Brexit, the chairwoman of an influential parliamentary committee has warned.
Theresa May will be warned that talks on a Brexit trade deal may not be given the green light next month as she meets a key ally of German chancellor Angela Merkel.
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