The bravery of murdered Pc Keith Palmer was hailed by colleagues, friends and the many MPs whom he was charged with protecting.
TOBIAS Ellwood, the Foreign Office Minister, has been hailed a “hero MP” after trying to save the life of the police officer killed in the Westminster terror attack.
A major drive to encourage more people to go into a career in childcare will be launched this autumn as the Scottish Government strives to meet its pledge to virtually double the amount of free hours youngsters can receive.
KEITH Palmer, the police officer killed in the Westminster terror attack, was “every inch a hero,” Theresa May insisted as tributes poured in from his family, colleagues and MPs.
HOLYROOD’S leaders have urged people not blame any faith or community for the terror attack on Westminster, and unite around the shared values of democracy and the rule of law.
Holyrood has united to "stand strong" against terrorism and division in the wake of the "heinous" attack on Westminster.
WESTMINSTER can often be a confrontational and cacophonous place but when it speaks with one clear defiant voice, it is a powerful force to behold.
Party business managers will meet to decide when a suspended vote on a possible second Scottish independence referendum will take place.
NICOLA Sturgeon’s rationale for a second referendum has been attacked by a former SNP cabinet colleague, who said independence and the EU should be “decoupled”.