Theresa May is to meet Nicola Sturgeon on Wednesday after pledging to give the Scottish government an "enhanced role" in future Brexit talks. Mrs May announced the meeting as she made a statement to MPs
Alex Salmond has pledged to end his “uncivil war” with Nicola Sturgeon, while at the same time telling her to concentrate “all her energies” on a new bid to break up Britain. The pair have been involved
Both the party and the electorate have had their orders from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. For the former there’s to be no more of the stunned silence with which they greeted the revelations last week
Amid the wreckage of a Brexit process that has disrupted every aspect of British political life, it is easy to forget that it is not the only drama currently playing. Nor is Theresa May the only political
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will press ahead with her second independence referendum plans after refusing to enter Brexit talks with Theresa May or answer key questions about the Alex Salmond scandal.