Tens of thousands of UK visa applications made in the Ukraine are being approved without proper checks, despite the country being considered a high-risk location for forged documents, an inspection report has warned.
THERE was an almighty roar in the Commons chamber for Nick Clegg yesterday.
LABOUR has opted for Parliamentary experience to rebuild party fortunes in Falkirk ahead of the next General Election, selecting former MSP Karen Whitefield as its candidate to become MP.
AN MSP is being reported to Holyrood's Presiding Officer over a claim she refused to meet a constituent who is an opponent of same-sex marriage and wanted to discuss the issue.
THE way Holyrood passes legislation is facing its biggest shake-up since the creation of the Parliament in 1999.
Another £250 million is being pumped into the British Business Bank to help thousands of small and medium sized firms take advantage of the economic recovery.
AN MP is to raise in Parliament the case of a pregnant Italian woman whose baby was reportedly forcibly removed by caesarean section in Britain by order of social workers.
DAVID Cameron has robustly defended his trip to China amid criticism in the state media, highlighting how the two countries had agreed deals totalling almost £6 billion, which would create 1500 jobs in Britain.
BRITAIN could lose many millions of pounds in brand value if there is a Yes vote in next year's referendum on Scottish independence, says the boss of a leading consultancy firm.
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten should appear before a parliamentary committee to answer questions in public over alleged bias in the broadcaster's coverage of European issues, Speaker John Bercow has said.