The Scottish Parliament has held what is thought to be the UK’s first government debate on the menopause.
Ukraine’s new president has ordered the dissolution of the nation’s parliament and called a snap election in two months.
Metro Bank staved off calls from advisory bodies to reject founder Vernon Hill’s election at its annual general meeting (AGM), but shareholders raised their frustrations over executive pay.
The UK’s infected blood scandal has potentially claimed more lives than Northern Ireland’s Troubles, a contamination victim has said.
The SNP will vote against Theresa May’s deal in a bid to stop Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has pledged.
Police have urged a missing Dunfermline man to get in touch.
Former White House aide Don McGahn has been told he will be held in contempt of the US Congress after failing to appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
Any form of Brexit could cause “severe difficulties” for Scottish festivals, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has suggested.
Steve Clarke is still hurting from missing out on a major international tournament as a player.
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.