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Corbyn on shoogly peg after disastrous Copeland result

Pressure on Corbyn after historic by-election defeat

Jeremy Corbyn is coming under pressure to resign after Labour lost the Copeland by-election to the Tories. 

12:33pm Friday 24 February 2017

Angry Salmond: Ruth should ditch her photo bombs

Ruth Davidson loves a good military-themed photo-op

Is any military vehicle safe from a Ruth Davidson photo opportunity during indyref2? @keithdargie

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Milo Yiannopoulos book cancelled following alleged endorsement of paedophilia

Milo Yiannopoulos book cancelled following alleged endorsement of paedophilia

THE publisher of British right-wing Breitbart contributor Milo Yiannopoulos has pulled the plug on his controversial planned book.

12:41pm Tuesday 21 February 2017

'Fawning subservience': MPs line up to condemn state visit by President Donald Trump

Protesters against Donald Trump

DO NOT underestimate the intelligence of Donald Trump, Alex Salmond has warned the Prime Minister.

12:00am Tuesday 21 February 2017

Anybody seen Dave? Shadow Scottish Secretary to make rare trip north of the border

Dave Anderson has been an inconspicuous figure in Scotland since being appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland by Jeremy Corbyn

LABOUR activists heading to Perth for their annual Scottish conference are in for a rare treat, when Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland Dave Anderson makes one of his infrequent appearances north of the border.

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Sir Ivan Rogers insists European leaders will not marry trade deal to UK divorce settlement

Sir Ivan Rogers expects major legal disputes over what Britain’s exit bill will be

THE EU 27 will play “hardball” with the UK during the forthcoming negotiations to leave the bloc, the UK’s former ambassador to Brussels warned MPs yesterday as he told them not to expect any new trade deal before 2022 at the earliest.

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Labour set to win Stoke-on-Trent but suffer historic loss in Copeland

Conservative Party candidate for Copeland, Trudy Harrison

BY-ELECTION campaigning is over in the constituencies of Stoke-On-Trent Central and Copeland, with voters heading to the polls today. Early indications are that Labour will win one and lose the other.

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Letters I: That’ll be the House of Lords out of hibernation

‘Sweet deal’: Jean-Claude Junker and Nicola Sturgeon

WHERE is the authority of democracy, as the country is gripped by the intervention of the House of Lords in the Brexit on goings ?

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Holyrood sets income tax for the first time as SNP freeze 40p higher rate threshold

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay

MSPs have voted on income-tax rates and bands in Scotland for the first-time ever, with Holyrood opting to freeze the point at which the higher 40p tax rate kicks in.

12:00am Wednesday 22 February 2017

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay offers business rate relief with targeted caps

The proposals outlined in MSP Derek Mackay's address to parliament were praised as welcome relief

THE SNP's Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has capped business rate increases for the hospitality sector in response to widespread concern about the impact of a revaluation.

6:08pm Tuesday 21 February 2017
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