The Chamber began a series of votes on clauses within the Bill just before 11pm, voting down the first one by 433 to 165. It was the third largest defeat...

The First Minister has used the televised address from Holyrood to keep the public up to date with developments in the country’s fight against COVID-19....

SNP and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has continued to push for a second independence referendum in Scotland, much to the dismay of the UK Government...

Michael Gove criticised Scotland’s First Minister during an interview on day four of the Blue Collar Conservativism Conference 2020. The Chancellor...

And Mr Lockhart said instead of talking about ways to tear Scotland out of the UK, Nicola Sturgeon’s party should instead be concentrating on its...

Liz Truss hit out at the Labour Party in Parliament after Opposition MP Ruth Cadbury criticised Matt Hancock’s defence of reported Government trade...

Back in June, EU countries agreed there would no longer be panic and uncoordinated border closings like those implemented across the bloc at the beginning...

A six-month review of the NHS Scotland Whistleblowing Alert and Advice Line also revealed that health workers had concerns about a breach of government...

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has agreed to permanently reimburse 7,000 armed forces personnel who have been subject to higher tax rates in Scotland...

For the first time in 100 years, the constituency of Leigh, in Wigan, Greater Manchester, switched political parties to Conservative during December’s...

The SNP’s Westminster leader urged the Prime Minister to issue more funds for Scotland, claiming failing to do so would “put Scotland’s...

The SNP Westminster leader accused the Prime Minister of failing to follow scientific advice on the coronavirus two-metre rule as the Cabinet is reviewing...

The staunchly anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats said the country is “dangerously close” to the extension deadline and warned of a “no deal...

And John McGuinness urged Mr Varadkar to “tell the truth” about the impact the ongoing coronavirus pandemic would have on the country. Mr...

Susan Hall attacked the London Mayor for failing to stand up to scrutiny over his handling of the coronavirus outbreak. During the interview with talkRADIO’s...

Austrian newspaper Die Presse blamed the lack of collective resolve to deal with the coronavirus crisis on a lack of decisive authority coming from the...

Neil Coyle, the MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark, hit out at Mr Corbyn as he approached the despatch box for his final Prime Minister’s Questions....

Several members of the group sat on the ground outside the gates of No10 while others held a banner that read “Pause the system”. The action comes...

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is continuing her relentless push for Scottish independence, demanding the UK Government transfer the...

On Tuesday the Government approved the multi-billion pound rail project – linking London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. But HS2 had long-been...

Nicola Sturgeon is continuing her relentless push to force a second referendum on Scottish independence – just five-and-a-half years after the...

The Irish Prime Minister had canvassed with Wexford candidate Verona Murphy before a recent by-election. Mr Varadkar’s appearance came before the candidate...

Mr Miliband, who is President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, will tell EU leaders at this week’s Global Refugee Summit in Geneva “tragically...

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been attacked over the serious decline in teachers across Scotland since the SNP came to power. Scottish...

The Brexit Party is “more on the side of the British people” than other political parties, according to new research. Ipsos MORI polled 1,080 adults...