News from Politics

Jeremy Corbyn blasted by Boris Johnson as 'monstrous' for linking foreign wars to suicide attacks

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has condemned Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as "absolutely monstrous" for linking the 'war on terror ' and UK foreign policy to suicide attacks in the UK. As campaigning resumed following Monday's Manchester...

Daily Record, 1 min. ago
 

What does Labour’s poll revival mean for Scotland?

Could a surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn change the plans of the three main parties in the 2017 General Election? After being understandably postponed in the wake of the terrorist attack in Manchester, campaigning for the General Election on June 8 has

Scotsman, 16 min. ago
 

10 of the funniest Twitter accounts on the General Election

Twitter is awash with politics as the general election campaign enters its final two weeks. But social media need not always be serious - even when debating who should be next prime minister. For those looking for current affairs with a large dash of lig

Scotsman, 57 min. ago
 

Supreme Court refuses to hear Indy campers appeal

The UK’s highest court has refused to hear an appeal by independence campaigners evicted from a camp in the grounds of the Scottish Parliament. A panel of three Supreme Court justices in London have ruled that the case does not raise “an arguable point o

Scotsman, 57 min. ago
 

In Glasgow East, the election is between Sturgeon and May

The air is heavy with the smell of digestive biscuits wafting from the nearby McVities factory, as six undecided voters gather in a small hotel in Tollcross in Glasgow to consider their choices in the general election. It is two days after the Manchester

Guardian, today, 13:46
 

10 of the funniest Twitter accounts on the General Election

Twitter is awash with politics as the general election campaign enters its final two weeks. But social media need not always be serious - even when debating who should be next prime minister. For those looking for current affairs with a large dash of lig

Scotsman, today, 13:43
 

Election manifestos 2017: The party policies on education

England's schools will suffer years of funding cuts if the Tories win next month's general election, an economic think-tank has warned. Luke Sibieta, of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, told The Guardian the Conservatives' proposals "would lead...

The Week, today, 13:37
 

Holyrood and Westminster must "put politics aside" say industry chiefs

The Scottish and UK Governments have been urged to "put politics to one side" and work together to breathe new life into the nation's flagging economy by business leaders. The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has raised concerns that Scotland...

Scotsman, today, 13:23
 

General election emoji App launched

SOCIAL media fanatics with a political interest can now use a new emoji tool to keep some humour in the lead up to the general election. Fanmoji, who brought the country Scotmoji, now have a new General Election emoji App which has some great cartoon car

Scotsman, today, 12:18
 

Anger over footage of Tory election activists being harassed

Video footage has emerged of a pro-independence supporter shouting abuse at Tory canvassers on the election campaign trail including taunts of "You're not welcome in Scotland.". The scenes have been branded "unacceptable" by senior...

Scotsman, today, 11:59
 

Jeremy Corbyn critised for linking Manchester to War on Terrror

Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of a “totally inappropriate and crassly timed” intervention as he seeks to draw links between Britain’s involvement in military interventions overseas and terrorism at home, as the General Election campaign resumes four day

Scotsman, today, 11:45
 

We answer the most commonly Googled questions about Scotland

Google can be incredibly helpful - from its “did you mean...” suggestions to its autofill options, the search engine is always keen to help you out when you look for information online. We used the auto-suggest function to find out what users were asking

Scotsman, today, 10:34
 

Net migration falls by a quarter as EU citizens leave UK

Net long-term migration to the UK fell below a quarter of a million in 2016 for the first time in nearly three years as arrivals from eastern and central European countries plunged dramatically. The overall measure - the difference between the number of

Scotsman, today, 09:30
 
MSPs have ‘no confidence’ in Scottish Police Authority chairman

MSPs have ‘no confidence’ in Scottish Police Authority chairman

MSPs have ramped up the pressure on the beleaguered boss of the Scottish Police Authority by issuing a vote of no confidence. An influential Holyrood committee delivered the damning assessment of Andrew Flanagan’s leadership after one MSP likened his man

The Courier, today, 08:21
 

General Election Poll: Conservatives’ lead over Labour falls

The Conservatives’ advantage over Labour has narrowed to just five points in the first opinion poll taken since Monday night’s suicide bomb attack in Manchester. The YouGov survey for The Times, conducted on Wednesday and Thursday, put the Conservatives

Scotsman, today, 08:18
 


News Widget for Webmasters



Bring Eugene's son back home immediately

Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31