There is a limit to Trumpism in America and his name is Roy Moore.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, has said she is prepared to try to switch from Holyrood to the House of Commons by putting herself forward for a Westminster seat in the future.
Hundreds of thousands of EU nationals living in Britain could struggle to secure Home Office permission to stay in the UK after Brexit, according to migration experts.
Jeremy Corbyn is determined to resist pressure to spell out in more detail what Brexit settlement Labour would support, despite a series of comments in recent days suggesting the party is edging closer to advocating continued single market membership.
Not long before travelling to Tehran for two days of talks, Boris Johnson described Iran as resembling “one of those Russian dolls”, in the sense that there is a state within the outer democratic Iranian state, primarily run by the Revolutionary Guards.
David Davis has clashed with the Irish government after claiming that the Brexit divorce agreement between Britain and the EU was a “statement of intent” rather than something legally enforceable.
UKIP met a bitter end in June, but there are signs that the party could make a come-back.
David Davis has said the chances of Britain crashing out of the EU without a trade deal have dropped dramatically as a result of last week’s breakthrough on the principles of a Brexit divorce agreement.
A new report puts an independent Scotland higher up the human development index table than the rest of the UK.
The longest-serving MP in the House of Commons, Labour’s Sir Gerald Kaufman, has described prime minister’s questions as “an exchange of pointless and useless declamations”, condemning the weekly session as a “load of rubbish”.
Nick Clegg has claimed the Liberal Democrats will be the “comeback kids of British politics” after Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader.
Downing Street has slapped down Boris Johnson’s call for David Cameron to demand the ability for Britain to reject and overturn EU legislation.
Lord Feldman, the Conservative chairman and close friend of David Cameron, has been accused of undermining the party’s commitment to neutrality in the EU referendum by helping to raise funds for the in campaign.
A crowd gathers around Glasgow’s Buchanan Street steps.
A Scottish Conservative councillor has been suspended by the party after tweeting that he would like to see members of Islamic State infiltrate the home of the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
Theresa May has given her full backing to Mark Carney amid growing signs that the Bank of England governor intends to serve a full eight-year term.
So British Prime Minister Theresa May apparently got the call from new US President Donald Trump (or his people called her people), and Theresa's off to see The Donald in Washington, probably as early as this week.
David Cameron has indicated that he is prepared to wield Britain's EU veto again as he seeks to protect the City of London in negotiations to shore up the eurozone.