Donald Trump is a president "who simply cannot be trusted" in future trade negotiations, SNP deputy leader Kirsty Blackman has said.
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Theresa May has rejected calls to quit over her handling of Brexit, telling MPs the current impasse was "not an issue about me".
A north-east MP has accused the Treasury of acting "in bad faith" over the loan charge, a new tax due in April that will affect up to 100,000 contractors who used controversial tax avoidance schemes.
Theresa May has accused Jeremy Corbyn, Tim Farron and Nicola Sturgeon of seeking to "unite together to divide our country".
Theresa May has announced the UK Government will publish a formal document setting out its plans for leaving the EU.
Newly elected leader of the Labour party, and Her Majesty's Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn faces his first public bout with Prime Minister David Cameron.
David Cameron sparked a war of words today after claiming Alex Salmond had taken Labour "hostage" and was demanding a "ransom".
Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted that cross-party devolution talks will "find a way forward" as he pledged to stand by his referendum vow to Scotland.
Backbench Conservatives have broken ranks to demand a "new deal" for England - and expressed concerns about plans to give more powers to Scotland.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband have dramatically abandoned today's prime minister's questions so they can go to Scotland to try to save the Union.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband will miss prime minister’s questions tomorrow so they can go to Scotland to try to save the Union.
The UK's former ambassador to Nato has said that an independent Scotland would be welcomed into the military alliance - and that she will vote Yes.
The leaders of the main UK parties have been accused of referendum complacency - and warned a Yes vote would be a "national humiliation of catastrophic proportions".
Prime Minister David Cameron has stepped in to try to help save “absolutely vital” air links between Aberdeen and London after British Airways moved to axe services.
David Cameron has been quizzed on the threat posed by home-grown jihadists after it emerged that an Aberdeen man had joined Islamist fighters in Syria.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been criticised after describing Argyll and Bute as "far flung".