Channel 4 has announced a new Brexit documentary with intimate access to leading figures in British politics.
Prime Minister Theresa May
If or when Theresa May follows the example set by several of her 10 Downing Street predecessors and publishes a memoir of her time there, who will she blame for the enforced loss of office that begins today with her resignation as leader of the Conservative Party?
The new lead presenter of Newsnight Emily Maitlis has said Prime Minister Theresa May is “very hard to make interesting”.
The cast of Bodyguard has taken a subtle swipe at Prime Minister Theresa May in a sketch for Red Nose Day.
The Only Fools And Horses actor behind Boycie has said Prime Minister Theresa May needs to be more like Del Boy.
Energy and petrochemicals giant Ineos has thrown its weight behind UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken of the “iconic importance” of Scotch whisky as she vowed to fight to safeguard vital protections for the sector.
A north-east Conservative MP has predicted that his party will be “screwed” at the next UK election unless Theresa May changes her new Brexit proposals.
A schoolgirl from Barra who was killed in the Manchester Arena bombing will today be remembered as “vivacious and talented.”
Prime Minister Theresa May has been told by her Scottish secretary that there can be no “leeway” or “compromise” on fishing powers in the final Brexit deal.
Theresa May insisted yesterday that fishing fleets will enjoy a “bright future” after Brexit amid claims she had sanctioned the “worst imaginable” transition deal.
Michael Gove appealed for Tory rebels and furious fishermen to keep their “eyes on the prize” yesterday as he promised full fisheries control by the end of 2020.
Weather warnings have forced the Scottish Conservatives to cancel their first conference in Aberdeen for more than two decades.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been told that getting a good deal for the fishing sector after Brexit is an “absolute red line” for the Scottish Conservatives.
UK ministers were last night facing fresh demands to reveal the likely Brexit impact on the north and north-east amid claims the case for quitting the EU was in "chaos".
Hopes were raised last night that the battle against rip-off delivery charges was at a “turning point” as the fight was taken to the heart of Holyrood and Westminster.
Theresa May launched a fierce attack on the Scottish Government yesterday as new Tory Andrew Bowie accused the SNP of "failing rural Scotland".
David Mundell came under fresh pressure last night after Theresa May refused to say whether she received representations from him on the £1billion DUP deal.
Nicola Sturgeon claimed yesterday that the snap UK election was called so that the Conservatives can escape the consequences of alleged expenses fraud.
The SNP will attempt to block legislation paving the way for Theresa May to trigger Brexit by stopping it at the first hurdle.
A fresh call has been made for the UK Government to end unfair electricity charges which add hundreds of pounds to family power bills in the Highlands.