MSPs call for death inquiry changes

A Holyrood committee has called for fatal accident inquiries (FAIs) to be allowed in circumstances when a death occurs abroad but the body cannot be ...

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Holyrood ‘may get welfare powers’

Scotland would be able to mitigate Conservative cuts to tax credits or other welfare under Labour and SNP plans to give Holyrood the power to create ...

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Business Secretary urges Scottish Government to look at further deregulation

Business Secretary Sajid Javid has advised the Scottish Government to look at deregulating much more to help productivity and growth north of the ...

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Theresa May set for Calais crisis talks

Home Secretary Theresa May is due to hold talks in Paris amid the deepening crisis of migrants camped in Calais looking to cross the Channel to ...

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Lloyds to axe hundreds of jobs

Lloyds Bank is to cut hundreds of jobs in its retail and other divisions.

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Tunisia terror attack: British victims’ bodies to be brought home

The operation to return the bodies of Britons killed by a gunman in the Tunisian beach massacre to the UK has begun.

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Tunisia beach attack victims repatriated

The bodies of eight Britons killed in the Tunisian beach massacre have been repatriated to the UK.

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‘British Schindler’ Sir Nicholas Winton dies aged 106

Sir Nicholas Winton, who has died aged 106, was a very unassuming hero.

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Ball boy collapses as Wimbledon swelters on hottest day

Wimbledon recorded its hottest ever day, as tennis players struggled in sweltering conditions and a ball boy collapsed on court.

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VIDEO: UK prepares for worst after Greece defaults on IMF loan

The UK will "prepare for the worst" after Greece became the first developed nation to default on an IMF loan, George Osborne said.

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