We must fight man-made climate change, says Patricia Scotland.
"The notion of a perpetual unionist majority has been demolished," said Gerry Adams.
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There are huge risks to allowing the SNP a second vote - and to denying one.
Time is running out for the Prime Minister to come up with a Brexit deal for Scotland.
The Attorney General's recusal from an FBI probe will do nothing to dispel the belief that the worst is still being hid.
A new study shows how from 1974 to 2013, coverage of the European Union was transformed.
In the Labour leader's office, aides fear that any attempt to hand over to a younger candidate would destroy rather than revitalise the Corbyn project.
The Republicans are setting out unachievable "red lines" for any power-sharing agreement with the DUP. What's the plan?
Brexit has boosted Tim Farron's party's fortunes.
The number of dissidents required from the Conservatives and the DUP is a daunting 16. But it could still happen.
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