Speculation that Theresa May will be moving out of Downing Street sooner than expected has reached fever pitch after another turbulent week in Westminster.
Theresa May is effectively “out of power” and would have departed Downing Street a long time ago under normal political circumstances, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader has accused the Scottish Government of “failing” on children’s rights.
Hundreds of thousands of people descended on central London to join a march on Parliament and demand a final say for the public over Brexit.
DUP MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has told the Fine Gael party conference he would like to see Ireland join the Commonwealth.
Politicians from all parties have urged the Prime Minister to give the public the final say over Brexit at the Put it to the People march in London.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to march on Parliament calling for the public to be given the final say on Brexit.
A new law making psychological or emotional maltreatment a form of domestic abuse is likely to lead to a rise in cases going to court, Scotland’s top law officer has said.
More than two-fifths of Scots have felt powerless, angry or worried in the last year because of Brexit, according to a charity survey.
The armed forces have set up a command centre in an underground bunker as part of contingency plans for the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
A public interest test for the transfer of significant areas of land would be a “powerful tool” to reform land ownership in Scotland, the Environment Secretary has said.