Theresa May has told the three million EU citizens living in Britain she will make it as easy as possible for them to stay after Brexit.Read the full story ›
Douglas Ross has been accused of a "perverse sense of priorities" after it was confirmed he will be at the Nou Camp not the Commons.Read the full story ›
In a symbolic victory for Labour, MPs have also backed a motion from the Opposition party to pause Universal Credit.Read the full story ›
The unemployment rate fell to 1.4 million, a rate of 4.3%, in the three months to August - the joint lowest level since 1975.Read the full story ›
Hillary Clinton appeared in a protective boot during a delayed TV appearance as she revealed how she suffered the injury.Read the full story ›
Tory divisions over a controversial benefit reform could be exposed in a Labour vote in the House of Commons on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
Conservative MPs concerned about the controversial roll-out of Universal Credit have held an urgent meeting with the Prime Minister.
As many as 25 Conservative members who are said to be considering refusing to back the government's flagship benefits policy, reports ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen.
Rebels are concerned over the six-week gap between signing up and receiving the benefit, which risks leaving many vulnerable people desperate and in debt.
None of the Tory MPs at the meeting would say what they discussed in their meeting with Mrs May.
But it seems possible there may be a compromise on the way.
The former US president has suggested some of those who voted for Brexit may only now be realising the impact of their decisionRead the full story ›
A second referendum to overturn a Brexit vote partly swung by "less-educated workers" would have a big impact, the government has been told.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Angus Walker
Newly declassified documents have revealed a catalogue of errors that led to the sinking of HMS Sheffield during the Falklands war in 1982.
An official report, kept secret for 35 years, concluded that the destroyer could have avoided being downed by an Argentine missile.
The blast killed 20 crew members, while others suffered injuries after being forced to abandon ship.
The complete report lists a catalogue of failings. It shows that one of the two officers on look-out at the time had gone for a coffee, and the other was in the lavatory.
However, it appears that blame was hushed up so as not to undermine the national mood of victory at the end of the war.