The former foreign minister said that Parliament should be willing to reject a deal that is not in the UK's best interests.Read the full story ›
The 69-year-old republic veteran told the annual Sinn Fein Ard Fheis it would be his last as leader.Read the full story ›
Gerry Adams is set to indicate when he plans to retire during the Sinn Fein annual conference.Read the full story ›
The MSP vows to be a force for change after winning 56.7% in a contest to replace Kezia Dugdale.Read the full story ›
The outgoing Scottish Labour leader is a last-minute addition to the line up for the hit TV show.Read the full story ›
The sexual harassment scandal gripping Westminster is being mirrored across the Atlantic, as a number of politicians in America face similar claims.
One of them, a Democratic senator who publicly apologised for his actions, was quickly condemned by President Trump.
In contrast, a Republican candidate who denies multiple allegations of harassment has so far escaped any Presidential censure.
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Britain must deliver "more progress" on the Brexit divorce bill and the Irish border by the beginning of December, Donald Tusk has said.Read the full story ›
Sarah Clarke will succeed the current Governor of the Black Rod David Leakey who is to leave the post at the end of the year.Read the full story ›
The complicated mix between politics and business is one of the things making the Brexit negotiations so difficult.
On Thursday evening, Brexit Secretary David Davis went directly to German business leaders in a bid to get them on-side in smoothing Britain's transition out of the EU, telling them that to put politics above prosperity was never a smart choice.
- ITV News Europe editor James Mates reports:
Speaking to Julie Etchingham, the former foreign secretary called for a drastic increase in the number of refugees taken in by the UK.Read the full story ›