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May: Scotland to host major counter-terror exercise later this year

Theresa May (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images).

Scotland will host a major counter-terror exercise later this year, Theresa May has announced.

1:42pm Monday 27 March 2017

Hard Brexit could lead to Britain facing no deal and "worst of all worlds," warn leading Remainers

Brexit warning: Clegg and other leading Remain figures warn PM hard withdrawal could leave Britain with no deal

THE road to a hard Brexit risks leaving Britain with the “worst of all worlds” and no deal at the end of two years of talks, pro-EU former ministers have warned, as Theresa May prepares to trigger Britain’s historic departure from the Brussels…

12:01am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Brokenshire says Northern Irish parties have "short window of opportunity" to save power-sharing executive

Grace period: as deadline lapses Brokenshire tells parties they have just few short weeks to work out power-sharing deal

POLITICIANS in Northern Ireland have been given a grace period of a “short few weeks” to settle their differences and form a power-sharing executive, James Brokenshire, the Secretary of State, has made clear.

7:24pm Monday 27 March 2017

Iain Macwhirter: Collison course is truly on the cards

Iain Macwhirter

AN unstoppable force met an immovable object in a Glasgow hotel room yesterday. Theresa May said in her East Kilbride speech that the UK united was an “unstoppable force”; to which the obvious response is that it’s run up against an immovable…

12:07am Tuesday 28 March 2017

PM cannot delay referendum forever

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THERESA May and Nicola Sturgeon may have been smiling in the official pictures of their meeting in Glasgow, but any attempt at cordiality could not hide what is really going on between the Prime Minister and the First Minister. Relations are…

12:43am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Oil industry hails 1bn barrel discovery off Shetland

Oil discovery

12:07am Tuesday 28 March 2017

James Bream: The Apprentice Levy: another business tax that creates another ‘useful’ case study of bad taxation

James Bream: The Apprentice Levy: another business tax that creates another ‘useful’ case study of bad taxation

Writing in the last few days of March, and given the lively discussions over the past months you’d expect me to write about business taxation. However, I don’t intend (as you might expect) to write much about Business Rates as a tax. I’ll only…

12:09am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Letters: Beware the perils that exist in the drive to a cashless society

Letters: Beware the perils that exist in the drive to a cashless society

DOUG Clark (Letters, March 25) rightly points out the threat posed to all of us by the current banking system in that the creation of a cashless society reliant on plastic cards will prevent the private individual from accumulating savings outwith…

12:07am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Theresa May meets Nicola Sturgeon for talks before triggering Brexit process

Photo credit: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

The Prime Minister has held talks with Scotland's First Minister as she prepares to formally trigger the Brexit process.

5:19pm Monday 27 March 2017

Rudd accused of "political grandstanding" over call for police to have access to encrypted messages

Political grandstanding? Rudd to meet social media companies to discuss back-door access to encrypted messages

AMBER Rudd has been accused by Labour of “political grandstanding” after the Home Secretary called for the police and intelligence agencies to be given full access to messages on WhatsApp and other encrypted social media services.

5:16pm Monday 27 March 2017
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