David Cameron has hinted he could attempt to govern without the Liberal Democrats if disputes within the coalition made it impossible to continue.
An independent Scotland would find it “difficult and expensive” to provide protection for savers and maintain its own pension protection scheme, according to new analysis by the UK Treasury.
Eurosceptics delivered a strong warning to the Tory leadership over its handling of Britain’s future relationship with Brussels after 130 MPs backed criticism of the Government’s failure to include plans to enshrine an EU referendum in law.
The Queen has underlined the UK Government’s hopes of keeping Scotland in the UK.
The Foreign Secretary has responded to MPs’ calls for more information about what Scottish independence could mean for foreign policy by insisting that the nationalists must set out their own case.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has indicated his party is reviewing the future of universal benefits for pensioners as he sought to demonstrate his credibility on the economy ahead of Thursday’s local elections.
The UK economy is “bouncing along the bottom” and could take another three years to heal, Ken Clarke has suggested.
The Secretary of State for Scotland has questioned the reality of the SNP’s assertions on EU membership.
Alex Salmond has defended plans to keep the pound in an independent Scotland as he was challenged to set out ‘plan B’ for the country’s currency.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has called on David Cameron to apologise for what he describes as the Government’s broken commitment on troops in Scotland.