Nicola Sturgeon has said the UK Government's immigration rules have “undermined” the Edinburgh International Book festival amid reports of authors being refused visas.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing calls to sack his equalities spokesperson following claims she branded a former member of staff a "dyke".
Brussels is ready to water down its stance on the Irish border in an attempt to secure a Brexit deal with the UK, Michel Barnier has said.
The Westminster and devolved governments should agree updated rules on where powers are held to avoid repeating the row which broke out over the Brexit bill, MPs have said.
The Commons has backed a record suspension for MP Ian Paisley and his DUP party has suspended him after he breached expenses rules.
Theresa May will attempt to sell her controversial Brexit plan to the North East of England today, as she gathers her top ministers for the last Cabinet meeting before the summer recess.
Theresa May will hit back at her Tory Brexiteer critics and warn them that their vision of life outside the EU could put the future of the United Kingdom at risk.
The UK Government has pledged an annual lump sum for thousands of soldiers who faced having to pay more income tax because they are based in Scotland.
Theresa May is set to visit the Northern Ireland border tomorrow in a last-ditch bid to sell her Brexit blueprint to the country.
An explosive device has been thrown at the home of the former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams in West Belfast.
Theresa May has slapped down Gavin Williamson after he said he would accept an amnesty for IRA terrorists if former British troops are freed from the threat of prosecution.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has urged Scots to rally behind proposals for a sea bridge linking their country with Northern Ireland.
For someone who once said she wasn’t into gesture politics, Arlene Foster has been busy in recent weeks.
A senior Northern Ireland police chief has warned that Brexit is being used by dissident IRA groups to recruit new members.
A senior Holyrood minister has left the Scottish government to take on an SNP role dedicated to building the case for independence.
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Jeremy Corbyn is “more than happy” to meet victims of IRA violence despite his failure to do so on a recent visit to Northern Ireland, a member of his frontbench has said.
The SNP's Westminster leader was booted out of Prime Minister's Questions today after clashing with Speaker John Bercow - prompting a mass walkout by the party's MPs.
The SNP have accused the Government of “disrespecting” the Scottish Parliament after Brexit Bill’s devolved powers vote.
David Davis has refused to say Theresa May will definitely lead the Conservatives into the next general election.
John McDonnell would have been prosecuted for comments he made praising the IRA if new government anti-terror measures had been in place at the time, an MP has claimed.
A Conservative minister today insisted it would be unacceptable for the UK to remain tied to the EU customs regime as part of the so-called Brexit ‘backstop’ as it heads into the next election.
Theresa May has expressed her personal support for "safe, legal abortion" amid a heated row over the rights of women in Northern Ireland to access terminations.
Theresa May and Philip Hammond have hit back at Boris Johnson after the Foreign Secretary was secretly recorded bad-mouthing the Government’s approach to Brexit.