Ian Duncan, the Conservative MEP who missed out on election in Perthshire by 21 votes, will be made a Lord and appointed a Scotland Office minister this week.
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A service of thanksgiving for Angus peer Lord Charles Lyell is to be held in St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey next month.
It’s hard to find the official opposition in parliament these days.
The UK will not be “chasing the rainbow” of a level playing field when it seeks to develop future farming policy for the post-Brexit era.
Sir, - Scottish education is regularly kicked around like a political football.
Former Conservative Cabinet minister Lord Heseltine has been sacked as a Government adviser after rebelling over Brexit.
Sir, - When an open-air pop concert is staged on parkland it usually means that the grass is churned up by heavy vehicles carrying scaffolding, staging and equipment.
The farming unions from England and Northern Ireland revealed they would be “happier” to avoid devolution of agricultural policy and instead want to retain standardised legislation following the UK’s exit from Europe.
The rug of farm subsidies cannot be pulled from under the feet of UK farmers post-Brexit because the British industry is simply too reliant on support, a House of Lords inquiry has been told.
It’s been a week of fond farewells.