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May's last chance: PM heads north for final talks with Nicola Sturgeon before Article 50 is triggered

Theresa May has not indicated how Scotland's interests will be protected during the Brexit process

THERESA May will visit Scotland today for her last meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon before Article 50 is triggered on Wednesday.

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale writes to Theresa May to beg for a special Brexit deal for Scotland

Kezia Dugdale has been criticised for repeating previous SNP calls. Photograph: Gordon Terris

SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has written to Theresa May asking for Scotland to get a special Brexit deal.

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

Kevin McKenna: Pitiful, pointless Labour keep fighting the wrong enemy

In the past 12 months, Kezia Dugdale and Jeremy Corbyn have signalled they have no issue with the prospect of another referendum on Scottish independence

AS ALMOST every speech made by a Labour MSP at Holyrood yesterday turned into an anti-Nationalist harangue it was as though this once-proud party was pronouncing its own death rites.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Jeremy Corbyn to attack Tories and SNP over economy on return to Glasgow

Jeremy Corbyn makes his second visit to Glasgow in two weeks

THE Conservatives and the SNP have no interest in changing the “rigged economy”, according to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

12:00am Saturday 11 March 2017

Scottish Labour restates its opposition to indyref2 after Corbyn comment

Jeremy Corbyn in Glasgow on Saturday, when he said it is 'absolutely fine' to hold indyref2

SCOTTISH Labour has reaffirmed its opposition to a second independence referendum, but stopped short of calling for Westminster to vote to block one.

12:00am Monday 13 March 2017

McDonnell tells of 'dark arts operation' to 'destroy' embattled Labour leader

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell     Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

SHADOW Chancellor John McDonnell says “a soft coup” has been launched against Jeremy Corbyn by “elements in the Labour Party”.

12:00am Tuesday 28 February 2017

Letters I: Where's the compassion in the UK state, Willie?

Willie Rennie addressed the Scottish LibDem conference at the weekend  Photograph: Gordon Terris

‘BRITAIN is full of people who care. We, together, care about the environment, poverty at home and abroad, the sick, the elderly, the young. Our country is jammed full of people who want a better world”. (Willie Rennie to tell LibDem conference that…

12:00am Monday 13 March 2017

Labour row amid claims Unite has secret plan for Momentum tie-up that would 'destroy' the party

Deputy Tom Watson with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

LABOUR chiefs were fighting among themselves again yesterday after deputy leader Tom Watson warned that the UK’s biggest union has a “secret plan” which will “destroy” the party.

4:30pm Monday 20 March 2017

Political leaders paid tribute today to Martin McGuinness

Photo credit: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

NICOLA Sturgeon was among the political leaders who paid tribute today to Martin McGuinness, the former IRA commander turned peacemaker, whose death was announced this morning.

1:45pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Business, politics and charity reaction to the Budget

Chancellor Philip Hammond

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale: THIS had been billed as a Budget that would be upbeat, but what we got instead was an insight into the devastating impact that a chaotic Tory Brexit will have on families across the UK.

12:00am Thursday 9 March 2017
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