Losing Scotland’s referendum on independence left Nicola Sturgeon in “floods of tears”, the Scottish first minister has said.
You could not make it up.
The Conservatives’ welfare cuts will come under attack on a new front this week when the House of Lords considers plans to change the way child poverty is measured, just as benefits cuts hit low-income households.
David Cameron travelled as planned to the G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, in the early hours of Sunday.
Jeremy Corbyn is to call for immediate state intervention in Britain’s declining steel industry this weekend in a speech that will also also seek to explain his patriotic vision for Britain.
David Cameron is to hold his first bilateral talks with Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Turkey, where he will seek to persuade the Russian president that his country’s bombing campaign in Syria is only going to prolong the conflict.
A group of Jeremy Corbyn supporters is to call on a local authority to decline to set a budget complying with the Treasury’s spending cuts.
Phew! Another “constitutional crisis” averted barely 10 days after we all invoked the dogged spirit of the blitz to get through the last one.
Independence may offer Scotland the greatest stability while the rest of the UK faces upheaval after last month’s vote to leave the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Labour is being sued by a group of its members over the decision to exclude 130,000 people who joined the party since January from being able to vote in its leadership contest.