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MSPs vote to urge UK Government to scrap 'repugnant rape clause'

MSPs vote to urge UK Government to scrap 'repugnant rape clause'

MSPs have voted to call on the UK Government to remove the two-child cap on tax credits and scrap the so-called rape clause.

6:59pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

MSPs back controversial air passenger tax Bill

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay

MSPs have backed plans for Holyrood to take control over Air Passenger Duty next year.

6:56pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

No Labour deal with SNP after election, vows Jeremy Corbyn

No Labour deal with SNP after election, vows Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted a second Scottish independence referendum would be "unwanted and unnecessary" as he ruled out the prospect of Labour doing a deal with the SNP after the General Election.

8:28pm Monday 24 April 2017

Selfie queen Karen Danczuk in bid to be selected as Labour candidate

Selfie queen Karen Danczuk in bid to be selected as Labour candidate

Selfie queen Karen Danczuk has said she wants to be a "voice of the people" as she launched a bid to stand for Parliament.

1:53pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

May warns colleagues against complacency as polls place Tories more than 20 points clear of Labour

Steel lady: PM visits steelworks in Newport, south Wales, a seat Tories could, on latest poll, take from Labour

THERESA May has warned her senior colleagues to guard against complacency, telling them not to think that, because the Conservatives have a commanding lead in the opinion polls, this means the June 8 General Election is in the bag.

2:57pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Jeremy Corbyn hits at SNP as ‘poor imitation’ of a left-wing party

Jeremy Corbyn hits at SNP as ‘poor imitation’ of a left-wing party

JEREMY CORBYN has urged Scottish voters to vote for an authentic left-wing party in the form of Labour rather than the “poor imitation” of the SNP.

8:23am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Iain Macwhirter: Why Macron is seriously bad news for Brexit Britain

Iain Macwhirter: Why Macron is seriously bad news for Brexit Britain

YOU could almost hear the sighs of relief in Brussels as Emmanuel Macron, the Tony Blair of French Politics, came top of the first round of the French presidential elections. The one thing we know about the mercurial Mr Macron, a former socialist who…

8:08am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Iain Macwhirter: Why Macron is seriously bad news for Brexit Britain

Iain Macwhirter

YOU could almost hear the sighs of relief in Brussels as Emmanuel Macron, the Tony Blair of French Politics, came top of the first round of the French presidential elections. The one thing we know about the mercurial Mr Macron, a former socialist who…

12:06am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Theresa May will warn of 'unstable coalition of divisive Nationalists'

On the rise in Wales? PM visits key Welsh seats as poll points to Tory majority for first time in modern era

THERESA May will warn Britain that an “unstable coalition of divisive Nationalists” could put Jeremy Corbyn in No 10 as a poll has pointed to a remarkable Tory revival and a Labour meltdown in Wales.

10:33pm Monday 24 April 2017

Sir Keir Starmer: Britain would stay in EU if government fail to secure Brussels deal

Sir Keir Starmer: Britain would stay in EU if government fail to secure Brussels deal

BRITAIN would stay in the European Union if a Labour government failed to secure a deal with Brussels, Sir Keir Starmer has suggested.

10:28am Tuesday 25 April 2017
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