The door to a deal on its debt crisis remains open if the Greek government comes up with "serious, credible" proposals at an emergency eurozone summit tomorrow, the German and French leaders said.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged the Home Secretary to consider banning Donald Trump from Britain under hate crime laws.
Married Scots could save £200 a year through tax breaks announced by George Osborne but the scheme would be scrapped under independence.
Infighting between members of the UK government is slowing down Brexit negotiations, according to the European parliament.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has insisted a cap on European Union migrants is “not going to happen” and accused the Tories of being in a “panic” over immigration.
William Hague has dismissed a bid to prosecute British politicians and senior military figures over alleged war crimes in Iraq.
David Cameron urged MPs from all parties - including Jeremy Corbyn's Labour - to back his call for military action against Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
Computer games companies could enjoy a £188 million tax break over the next five years after the European Commission ruled the UK policy does not break competition laws.
Relatives of some of Britain's Iraq War dead have launched an online crowdfunding appeal to pay for possible legal action against Tony Blair and leading government officials.
Boris Johnson has been branded “offensive and inaccurate” after he waded into the row over Scottish independence.