The latest claims about unacceptable use of language by the prince come the day after Rohan Silva, former top policy aide on technology to David Cameron, revealed more details of his encounter at Buckingham Palace. Mr Silva, a Briton of Sri Lankan heritage, claimed in his column in the Standard yesterday that Andrew used the Continue Reading
Labour declares it wouldn’t block second Scottish independence vote as Nicola Sturgeon hints at ‘alliance’ Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will be partly responsible if the U.K. crashes out of the EU without a deal.
Focus on ‘no-deal’ Boris Johnson’s no deal Brexit plan faces fresh legal challenge from MPs Former attorney general Dominic Grieve insisted there was still time to ensure the UK does not leave the EU without a withdrawal agreement on 31 October. The cross-party group of politicians, including Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, SNP MP Joanna Cherry and Continue Reading
A new poll shows Scotland would vote for independence just weeks after Boris Johnson became prime minister Voters in Scotland would vote for independence from the United Kingdom, a new poll has suggested. The survey by Michael Ashcroft for Holyrood magazine is the first since March 2017 showing support among Scots for breaking up the union. “I Continue Reading