Boris Johnson yesterday admitted that the leak of diplomatic cables criticising Donald Trump were “embarrassing” but insisted that they were not a threat to national security.
Jeremy Hunt has called on Boris Johnson to match 10 key campaign pledges in Scotland to boost the chances of a Conservative victory at the next Holyrood election.
Warning from SNP on independence referendum after Tory leadership hopefuls rule out another vote during Scottish hustings
The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned the Tory leadership contenders not to “fly in the face” of the will of the people of Scotland over a second independence referendum.
In a parallel universe where sense and evidence matter, there is an acknowledgment that it isn’t a devolved Scotland that is out of step in this Brexit Britain, it is the rest of the UK, or at the least the part that devolution has managed to body-swerve, namely, England.
Hope and history: Historian looks back on Donald Dewar speech and if his hopes for a Scottish parliament have been realised
It was a speech praised for ushering in a new era for Scotland, while also reflecting on the country’s history and heroes.
Boris Johnson in Downing Street is likely to give support for Scottish independence a boost, according to experts.
Tavish Scott says he’ll miss the “hurley burley” of politics as he steps down as Shetland MSP to join Scottish Rugby
Tavish Scott has announced that he will be standing down as MSP for Shetland, taking a new role outside of politics with Scottish Rugby.
Talkin’ about a devolution: Scotland’s third First Minister discusses 20 years of Holyrood highs and lows
Twenty years ago the first Scottish Parliament in nearly 300 years opened for business.
Boris Johnson refused to discuss the late-night row with his girlfriend that led to neighbours calling the police because they were worried about her safety.
The Scottish peers claiming tens of thousands of pounds for turning up at the House of Lords despite making almost no contribution to debates can be revealed today.
Say nothing, do nothing: Boris Johnson accused of ducking debates to avoid sabotaging leadership campaign
Boris Johnson yesterday dodged questions as he arrived at a Conservative leadership hustings despite criticism over his failure to submit to public scrutiny.