A mixed bag of news makes the headlines on Monday – from the latest on Brexit to the ongoing equine flu outbreak.
Philip Hammond will have to spend billions of pounds extra if he truly wants to end austerity, an economic think tank has said.
Hundreds of files relating to contaminated blood were removed by Government officials and went missing, it has emerged.
Security Minister Ben Wallace has condemned “unjustifiable” objections to a new law aimed at helping police catch paedophiles.
The Government’s Immigration White Paper will cost employers more than £1 billion in red tape, according to a new report.
Labour’s leaders in the north of England are demanding the parties at Westminster agree to a £70 billion post-Brexit investment plan for the region.
Britain must be prepared to take military action against countries that “flout international law” or risk being seen as a “paper tiger”, Gavin Williamson will say.
A fund has been launched allowing projects aimed at protecting nature in Scotland to apply for financial support.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has written to Scottish Labour MPs calling on them to reject the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal and support a second referendum.
A dog feared to have a brain tumour has made a full recovery after he turned out to have a needle lodged in his neck.