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Business leaders demand PM sets out Brexit negotiating priorities within days of election result

The Union flag and the EU flag.  (Jane Barlow/PA Wire)

Business leaders today demand that whoever wins the keys to Downing Street on June 8 sets out their Brexit negotiating priorities within days of the General Election.

12:07am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Theresa May said the General Election is a "question of trust" as she sought to defend her dramatic U-turn on social care policy amid signs that controversy over a so-called "dementia tax" was hurting Conservatives in the polls.

9:14pm Monday 22 May 2017

Nicola Sturgeon condemns barbaric terrorist attack and suspends general election manifesto launch

Nicola Sturgeon condemns barbaric terrorist attack and suspends general election manifesto launch

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has condemned a barbaric terrorism attack at Manchester Arena and announced the suspension of the SNP General Election manifesto.

9:01am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Still strong but not so stable: Theresa May refines election message

Still strong but not so stable: Theresa May refines election message

Theresa May's now-infamous campaign catchphrase appeared to be strong, but not always stable, during her verbal sparring session with journalist Andrew Neil.

9:11pm Monday 22 May 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: Plan to end austerity at heart of SNP manifesto

Nicola Sturgeon: Plan to end austerity at heart of SNP manifesto

Nicola Sturgeon will outline a plan to "end austerity" as she unveils the SNP's General Election manifesto.

8:27am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Letters: Davidson has the best chance of promoting Scotland's case

GETTING THEIR POINTS ACROSS: Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson taking part in the BBC's Scottish Leaders' debate in Edinburgh on Sunday night. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

NICOLA Sturgeon is now beginning to realise her party's 10-year trial run is well and truly over. She may be great at talking over any opposition or decrying their views as in Sunday's TV debate but the pigeons have come home to roost (“Sturgeon hints…

12:08am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Scottish Labour puts opposition to second independence vote at centre of manifesto

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale with SNP candidate Jim Eadie at an Edinburgh cafe to put aside party election campaign differences and to remember murdered MP Jo Cox (Gordon Terris/The Herald)

Scottish Labour will today place opposition to a “divisive “ second independence referendum at the heart of her party’s election manifesto.

4:47pm Monday 22 May 2017

Scotland reacts to horror terror attack at Manchester Arena: We will stand together in grief with the people of Manchester

Scotland reacts to horror terror attack at Manchester Arena: We will stand together in grief with the people of Manchester

Scottish politicians and public service leaders have payed tribute to those killed and the families affected by a terrorist attack at Manchester Arena last night.

10:13am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Drop in value of pound sees slight rise for FTSE 100

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LONDON'S blue chip index failed to hold above 7,500 mark on Monday, despite support from stronger oil prices and a drop in the pound after fresh polls showed Conservatives losing steam ahead of the General Election.

6:50pm Monday 22 May 2017

Sinn Fein urges Irish unity referendum to be held within five years

Sinn Fein urges Irish unity referendum to be held within five years

Sinn Fein has called for an Irish unity referendum within five years.

5:47pm Monday 22 May 2017
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