Tony Blair "misrepresented the facts" when he told MPs about Iraq's chemical weapon capabilities, former UN inspector Hans Blix has claimed.
Ukip leadership favourite Steven Woolfe is in hospital following an altercation at a meeting of the party's MEPs.
Having been mistakenly billed as a comedian, Nicola Sturgeon provoked laughter from the audience during her appearance on one of America’s most popular satirical news shows seconds after sitting down to be interviewed.
Nicola Sturgeon, who last year stripped Donald Trump of his role as a business ambassador for Scotland, congratulated him on his victory.
Alex Salmond centred on reindustrialising Scotland, doubling exports and encouraging more immigration as he outlined his vision for economic independence.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson will criticise the SNP “sweeteners” being offered in the build-up to next year’s independence referendum.
Outspoken Labour MP Diane Abbott yesterday challenged the party’s leadership over its policies on immigration, nuclear weapons and the economy as Ed Miliband sacked her as a member of his front bench team.
Tory chairman Grant Shapps has lashed out at a United Nations official who called for the government’s so-called “bedroom tax” to be abolished.
Scotland's housing minister has refused to commit to wiping arrears built up because of the so-called bedroom tax even if she was given the money and power to do so.
Lord Sewel has quit the House of Lords and apologised for his behaviour after footage emerged of him allegedly taking cocaine with two prostitutes.