The power to axe politicians who commit gross misconduct in office, proposed on the back of violent crimes by ex-Dunfermline MSP Bill Walker, will be included in today’s Queen’s Speech.
The wife of the world’s most powerful man is sitting across the table eating fish and chips at your local.
BBC director-general Tony Hall has responded to Culture Secretary Maria Miller’s concerns about “sexist” comments made by presenter John Inverdale, saying he found them “totally unacceptable”.
Tony Blair has apologised for aspects of the Iraq War, sparking claims of attempted “spin” ahead of the Chilcot Inquiry findings.
Michael Moore has wished his replacement as Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael ‘all the best’ with less than a year to go until the independence referendum.
Further powers will “undoubtedly” be transferred to Scotland if the country votes to stay in the UK, the man leading the campaign against independence has claimed.
The partner of a Guardian journalist at the centre of revelations about US and British security services has spoken of being questioned by six agents on his “entire life” while travelling through Heathrow.
Big Ben is to be silenced during Baroness Thatcher’s funeral on Wednesday as a mark of respect to the former prime minister, it has been announced.
A move to renewable energy is vital to reduce Scotland’s “dependence on damaging, price-volatile fossil fuels”, according to a leaked Scottish Government draft report.