MAJOR reforms are needed to the oversight of British intelligence agencies, the shadow home secretary has said.
ALMOST 200 IRA terror suspects can be arrested and prosecuted for past offences in an attempt to avert a political crisis in Northern Ireland over the collapsed Hyde Park bombing case.
A CONSULTATION on plans to double the size of Pentland Hills Regional Park is being launched by an MSP.
HEALTH Secretary Alex Neil has been told he owes a leading doctor an apology in a row over hospital beds.
Boris Johnson has played down the prospect of a Commons comeback at the general election, indicating that he is committed to seeing out his full term as London mayor.
Former Tory Defence Secretary Liam Fox has warned David Cameron to ditch his pledge to bring down net migration to tens of thousands of people.
HARRIET Harman has blinked first in her row with the Daily Mail, saying she regretted the involvement of a civil rights organisation she used to work for with a paedophile rights campaign but steadfastly refused to apologise, accusing the tabloid of mounting a smear campaign against her.
Moray Council claims it will suffer the biggest financial penalty in the country because of a Labour group move at the embattled local government organisation.
AN additional £21 million is being spent to provide superfast broadband to some of Scotland's hardest to reach rural areas, Maria Miller, the UK Culture Secretary, has announced, bringing the overall expenditure north of the Border as part of the Coalition's superfast broadband programme to more than £120m.
Labour wants new powers for police and security services to crack down on cyber crimes like child pornography and terrorism, but only with extra checks on how crime agencies are using sensitive data, the Shadow Home Secretary will say.