The Dáil – equivalent to the House of Commons – will today debate and vote on the motion tabled by Sinn Fein, the largest single party in...

London mayor Sadiq Khan accused the US President Donald Trump of being hate-fuelled and a politician of division. While speaking to LBC, Mr Khan said,...

Nicola Sturgeon’s deputy John Swinney encouraged Scottish children and their parents to take “extra caution” and avoid visiting other...

The Prime Minister’s former attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, said it would be “unconscionable” to override the deal, adding there is...

Police are investigating whether coronavirus regulations were broken in holding the Irish parliament’s golf society event two days after the Government...

This week, left-wing activists turned up uninvited to Sir Keir’s constituency office in Camden, north London with a warning to the former Shadow...

The branch of the Momentum group – which states its support for Jeremy Corbyn – has launched a number of sharp accusations at Sir Starmer. Some of...

Along with the stated £40billion divorce payment to the EU, Sir Iain declared the UK will still be locked into the loans issued by the European Investment...

The Prime Minister’s top adviser is pushing for a light-touch state aid for businesses after the transition period expires at the end of the year....

Scottish Government data showed that over half of all deaths came from residential homes. The figures, released by the National Records of Scotland,...

Mr Salmond began the show in November 2017, five months after he lost his Gordon MP Seat at Westminster. The former SNP leader hosts various political...

An army of supporters of Sir Keir Starmer’s predecessor Jeremy Corbyn have hit out after Labour agreed to pay “substantial damages” and...

Campaign group Pregnant Then Screwed claimed the government has suggested it is lawful to treat maternity-related leave as being no different to “a...

The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) said a change in the law was required to address council deficits and avoid significant tax rises....

The Advisory Group on Economic Recovery published its latest report on Monday which lays bare the hard work the Scottish First Minister must do to help...

Business bodies fear Nicola Sturgeon does not have the ability to listen to the needs of business and independence would see the country completely blacked...

The First Minister called on the Treasury to extend the financial support for workers and businesses which currently supports 650,000 Scots. The scheme...

MSP John Swinney said work is under way for exams in Scotland which were cancelled this year to be held in spring 2021. But he warned the “ongoing...

Scotland’s finance secretary has appealed for greater authority for Holyrood, arguing that the current arrangement in place is not fit to adequately...

Edinburgh City Council said the expected recovery could not be coordinated effectively through national schemes. The authority stressed national powers...

This afternoon SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford openly welcomed Michel Barnier’s surprise letter to opposition leaders, which outlined the EU’s...

While the Prime Minister favours a cautious approach to allowing people get back to normal, the majority of ministers support a “back to work” initiative...

The Labour Party has been in turmoil since the party’s disastrous performance in December’s general election – its worst result in...

Mr Johnson – currently resting after a bout of COVID-19 which put him in intensive care earlier this month – is having to adapt to the harsh...

Claims that could be submitted to the Labour Party as soon as next week include those covering the Data Protection Act, invasion of privacy and libel,...