The head of Theresa May's policy unit has been urged to apologise and was accused of dragging the Tories into "the gutter" after defending changes to disability benefits.
A GRANDMOTHER who has been married and lived in here for more than 30 years was yesterday forcibly removed from Scotland and sent to Singapore.
A WALL of flowers has been created in Glasgow in an attempt to encourage more women to talk openly about cervical cancer screening.
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A legal bid to scrap controversial laws aimed at curbing sectarian behaviour at football will be lodged at Holyrood before the end of the season, the MSP spearheading the move has pledged.
Millions of pension savers hoping to gradually phase in their retirement could find themselves working into their late 70s or beyond to achieve the lifestyle enjoyed by previous generations, a report warns.
Campaigners opposed to the Scottish Government's named person scheme have accused ministers of "throwing a veil of secrecy" around its progress to reform the policy.
Theresa May will not back down in her battle with the House of Lords over Parliament getting a veto on the final Brexit deal despite a Tory rebellion threatening a defeat for the Government, the Conservative Party chairman has said.
KEZIA Dugdale’s flagship plan on the constitution has been dismissed as a “pretty ropey idea” by a former Labour minister, adding to the impression of a policy in disarray.