FURY has been unleashed after the Royal Bank of Scotland, part-owned by the taxpayer, announced £576 million in bonuses despite posting a loss of £8.2bn for 2013.
PARLIAMENT'S human rights watchdog has raised "significant concerns" over possible use of new powers to strip naturalised Britons of their citizenship and leave them stateless.
SHADOW Scottish Secretary Margaret Curran has described Labour's overwhelming vote in favour of curbing the power of union block votes as the last piece of unfinished business by the late John Smith, almost 20 years since his death.
TORY high command has attempted to rebrand the Conservatives as the "workers' party" with Sir John Major, the former Prime Minister, accusing Labour of being rooted in class warfare and class division.
POLICE acted lawfully during the process of drafting letters to IRA suspects on the run, Northern Ireland's chief constable has said.
A HIGH Court judge, sheriffs and lawyers have all been included in a new group being set up to consider what safeguards will be required if plans to scrap corroboration are approved.
THE Liberal Democrats should keep all their Scottish seats in next year's general election, a Liberal Democrat cabinet minister has predicted.
JIM Murphy has become the latest Scottish shadow cabinet minister at Westminster to urge his party's Devolution Commission to be "ambitious" in handing more powers to Holyrood.
A LEADING Ukip member has stood down as his party's economic spokesman after he was branded a hypocrite for striking wind-farm deals on his Scottish estates.