Boris Johnson once said a column consisted of a few jokes and paradox. If the joke is Boris, then the paradox is that by achieving high office, he diminishes it.
Alex Salmond has suggested that Theresa May's intention to see through Donald Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom comes from a position of economic "weakness."
SNP MPs said they hope Star Trek's vision of humanity peacefully exploring the final frontiers of space and science will live long and prosper, as they backed the show in a parliamentary motion.
Shortly after I took office as First Minister a report landed on my desk with one almighty thump. It detailed the serious problems with the steel cabling on the Forth Road Bridge.
Last week the Tory Government was caught like a rabbit in the headlights of public opinion when faced with the prospect of thousands of steel job losses.
Colonel Drake developed deep oil in Pennsylvania in 1859 and changed the future. The energy released by easily available petroleum powered the modern world. What is less well known is that the original Drake well closed a few years later after the price of oil collapsed following his discovery.
Donald Trump is a "manchild" who poses "a real and present danger" to US security, according to Alex Salmond.
The Prime Minister has been getting pelters for his “bunch of migrants” comments. Even Tories took a sharp intake of breath.
This week the Prime Minister will demand support in a Commons vote to extend a British bombing campaign into Syria. He shall not get it from me. This is why.
I know he is a talented general but is he a lucky one?”