Conservative party leader Johnson announced today at the annual Confederation of British industry (CBI) conference today his plans […]
ITV’s decision to exclude the Liberal Democrats and Scottish National Party from an election TV debate tomorrow evening […]
By Lynn Rusk and Carly Bell Theresa May has announced a delay to tomorrow’s crucial Brexit vote after […]
By Róisín Kilroy Activists known as The Stansted 15, have been found guilty of endangering an aerodome today, […]
The European Court Of Justice has declared that the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50 at any point. […]
Gemma Stroyan and Louise Wylie take a look at today’s Scottish papers.
By Alejandro Basterrechea Amazon rain-forest illegal mining becoming an epidemic A map released by campaigners has shown the scale […]
By Carly Bell As the United Kingdom moves closer to exiting the European Union, the state of play […]
By Róisín Kilroy As a potential no deal Brexit looms, National Farming Union Scotland has reached out to […]
By Louise Wylie Edinburgh City Council has set aside £3 million to mitigate the effects of the Universal […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea China has agreed to reduce tariffs on US car imports, Trump says The US […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea A group of landlords in central Edinburgh have been banned from letting out their flats […]
By Lynn Rusk Over half of Brits want to do more to tackle derogatory anti-LGBT language at […]
By Lynn Rusk Edinburgh students do not welcome Theresa May’s Brexit deal, which received the thumbs up from […]
By Gus Kubiak PM TRIES TO SELL BREXIT Theresa May is defending her Brexit plan which was backed […]
by – Alejandro Basterrechea
A man was arrested at Steve Bannon’s talk in Edinburgh last Thursday.
by Peter Urpeth
Photo Above: Palace of Westminster © Mike Gimelfarb on Wikipedia
Damian Green, deputising for Theresa May at PMQs, has accused the SNP of ‘‘moaning in the House of Commons.”
Photo Above: Theresa May © Policy Exchange on Flickr
Former SNP MSP says that news of a financial settlement to the EU of around £44bn (€50bn) shows that the UK Government cannot handle the negotiations.
Photo Above: Human Rights and LGBT campaigner Peter Tatchell (second from right) © Alisdare Hickson on Flickr
A public consultation on the bill to give an automatic pardon to gay men convicted of same-sex consensual sex crimes, has been launched in the Scottish Parliament.
Photo Above: Jo Swinson © David Spender on Wikipedia
Police Scotland are investigating the election expenses of Jo Swinson, East Dunbartonshire MP and Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats.
By Peter Urpeth
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Chancellor Phillip Hammond produced a Budget with higher than expected spending and with a raft of new commitments, despite predictions for a slowing of economic growth over the next five years.
By Peter Urpeth
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Ahead of its march and rally to the Scottish Parliament tomorrow, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has called for an end to cuts to the fire service, and for the Scottish Government to use its tax-raising powers to fund public services across Scotland.
Scottish Labour has been thrown into disarray just days before the announcement of the results in its leadership […]
by Noemi Distefano
Tomorrow at 12.30 am, the Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver first Autumn Statement to the Parliament in London.
The Autumn Statement is one of two big economic statements made by the government every year. It is based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) for the economy and public finances.
The first Autumn Statement was held in London in 1982, although people used to refer to it as a Spending Round.
Under the last Labour government, it was called the Pre-Budget Report – George Osborne changed the name back to the Autumn Statement in 2010.
by Andy Grozier Scottish councils are set to lose out on 46 million pounds in funding […]
by Cormac Rae
The Old Bailey has heard today that Thomas Mair, 53, will not give evidence in his defence.
The victim’s husband Brendan Cox reacted on twitter to Thomas Mair’s decision:
— Brendan Cox (@MrBrendanCox) November 22, 2016
The Labour MP for West Yorkshire was murdered outside a constituency surgery, serving her community and listening to local concerns.
Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour party posted this tribute on July 15th, the date of Mrs Cox’s funeral.
By Nicholas Mairs, Jasper Farrell & Frederik Gammelby First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that a Yes to […]
By Frederik Gammelby Negotiators at the COP 21 Paris climate conference are finalising an agreement among the 196 participating countries, […]
By Laurenci Dow Edinburgh locals show a clear divide in opinion on the petition to ban Donald Trump from the […]
By Koldo Sandoval Women will vote on Saturday 12 December in Saudi Arabia for the first time in […]