Theresa May has refused on four occasions to say if she knew about a nuclear missile misfire while she argued for Trident renewal.
Labour is being warned not to play "fast and loose" with the livelihoods of workers supported by the Trident nuclear system if it expects to win the 2020 general election.
The SNP has lashed out at “brutal cuts” to defence in Scotland which spell the end for a naval presence in Fife.
A parliamentary petition for a second referendum has attracted nearly a million signatures despite unprecedented demand crashing the website.
Alex Salmond has called on MPs to show the “gumption” to hold Tony Blair to account for the Iraq War.
David Cameron has insisted he will remain in Number 10 regardless of the result of the EU referendum.
Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel is “inspiring” in her relentless energy to change the Scottish care system, the Prime Minister has said.
The Courier had reporting teams at local counts, and watching the national picture, as Britain voted on its relationship with the EU. See all of our coverage here, and our updates as the night unfolded below:
The long-awaited Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq War should "impeach" former prime minister Tony Blair, SNP foreign affairs spokesman Alex Salmond has said.
The UK Government has turned a deaf ear to Scotland’s demands for a more flexible immigration system for international students, says an SNP MP.