Nicola Sturgeon has attacked the “scale and speed” of government spending cuts, while pledging that the Scottish government will campaign for the UK to stay in the EU.
John Healey, the former Labour housing minister, has become the seventh MP to run for the party’s deputy leadership, making an already busy field more crowded.
The SNP has announced Scotland should be able to overrule the EU referendum result. This is undemocratic, and the SNP must learn to accept that Scotland voted to remain part of the UK.
The two rival candidates to replace Nick Clegg as leader of the Liberal Democrats have united to launch a campaign to stop the Conservative government from scrapping the Human Rights Act.
David Cameron is to meet the European commission president at the start of a week-long charm offensive in which he will visit five European leaders in a bid to renegotiate the terms of the UK’s EU membership.
A new YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, indicates that voters think that David Cameron will have a tough time negotiating reforms.
One million votes from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities helped put David Cameron back into Downing Street, according to new research into attitudes among minority voters.
The Labour party plans to exploit the government’s relative weakness in the Commons and the Lords to try to ensure 16- and 17-year-olds are allowed to vote in the EU referendum.
Now there has been a vote for Brexit, there are calls in other countries for people to have their say on the European Union.
Jeremy Corbyn has defiantly announced a raft of shadow cabinet appointments as more frontbenchers resigned in protest, demanding he quit as Labour leader.
The US secretary of state, John Kerry, is flying into Brussels for urgent talks at the start of a crunch week for Europe as leaders struggle to contain the fallout from Britain’s seismic decision to leave the EU.