IAIN Duncan Smith looks set to receive a frosty reception today when he discusses implementing the UK Government's welfare reforms with Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish Health Secretary, who has branded them "heartless".
GLASGOW and Edinburgh airports, in an independent Scotland, could be bombed by an English government if it was threatened by an unfriendly country, a former deputy leader of the UK Conservative Party has warned.
LABOUR will signal their defiance over plans for minimum unit pricing on alcohol today by publishing their own Bill containing a raft of other measures which they say would better tackle binge drinking.
ALEX Salmond's Government was accused by Ed Miliband of having done "very little" on child poverty, with the Labour leader insisting planning a fairer economic policy was much easier within a United Kingdom than it would be in an independent Scotland.
LABOUR yesterday urged the Chancellor to "ease the squeeze" on Britain's households, calling on him to reduce pension tax relief for the highest earners so that cuts to tax credits for ordinary families could be reversed.
Disgraced Falkirk MP Eric Joyce resigned from the Labour Party yesterday to deal with "a number of personal issues" following his conviction for drunkenly headbutting two Tories in a House of Commons bar last month.