Russia Hits 39 U.K. Citizens With Travel Bans, Blacklists London-Based Arts Foundation - The Moscow Times
Former U.K. prime minister David Cameron and current Labour Party leader Keir Starmer are among those banned from Russia.
Scottish ministers among those barred from Russia in new wave of sanctions
The Russian foreign ministry released a list of people no longer allowed into the country.
We must lance the boil, says Blackford in plea for Johnson to quit
The SNP Westminster leader was speaking following a series of resignations from the PM’s Cabinet.
Patrick Grady victim: Tory handling of sex assault claims puts SNP ‘to shame’
The SNP staff member said he did not want to proceed with a police investigation over fears of an ‘intolerable’ work environment.
Nicola Sturgeon stands by Ian Blackford despite 'utterly unacceptable' recording
Nicola Sturgeon has condemned an “utterly unacceptable” recording of SNP MPs backing a colleague suspended for sexual misconduct but defended her party’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford.
Blackford says lessons will be learned after MP’s ‘inappropriate’ behaviour
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford announced an external review of support for staff after MP Patrick Grady behaved inappropriately.
Boris Johnson vote: Douglas Ross says PM has to think about resigning
The Scottish Tory leader says Boris Johnson should consider his position after the confidence vote.
The Scottish Tories’ collapse has given Labour a route back
Boris Johnson’s errant leadership is undoing the advances his party made under Ruth Davidson.
Blackford: Scottish voters have sent very clear message to Boris Johnson
The Tories have suffered at the polls in the local elections, with their vote share dropping my more than 10% in multiple wards across the country.
Putin outgunned and outnumbered by NATO, UK minister says
Ben Wallace was responding to threats made by the Russian president.
Scottish Tory leader under fire as Johnson faces House of Commons vote
Douglas Ross is not expected to be in Westminster when MPs vote on whether the Commons Privileges Committee should investigate the Prime Minister.
UK plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda sparks fierce criticism
Politicians, charities and rights groups condemn plans as ill-conceived, inhumane and evil
Harry Potter tour next stop for rescued Ukraine orphans
A group of 54 Ukrainian orphans who were evacuated to the UK this week hope to visit is the Harry Potter film studios near Watford.
Ukrainian orphans en route to Scotland after landing in UK
Group of 54 children aged two to 18 arrive from Poland in mission partly due to Scottish football fans
Ukrainian orphans shut out of UK by ‘red tape’ will be allowed to come
A group of 48 Ukrainian orphans will be given sanctuary in the UK after Priti Patel bowed to pressure to remove red tape blocking their arrival.
Home Office risks leaving Ukraine orphans stranded, says Blackford
The SNP's Ian Blackford says paperwork is the only obstacle to bringing 48 Ukrainian orphans to Scotland.
Ukraine: Putin has already carried out war crimes - Boris Johnson
Russia's bombing of innocent civilians in Ukraine already amounts to war crimes, prime minister says.
Boris Johnson hails freeports for Scotland
Ministers have agreed a deal with the Scottish government to establish two freeports in the country after months of disagreement about extending the scheme nort
Covid in Scotland: Irresponsible to scrap free testing, says SNP's Blackford
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford says ending free tests and self-isolation puts health at risk.
PM slammed for body-shaming after accusing SNP MP of 'eating more cake' than him
Ian Blackford lashed out at the Prime Minister for ignoring the cost of living crisis "while they eat cake" at Downing Street parties
Johnson accused of misrepresenting Labour policies – and his own – at PMQs
Boris Johnson made a number of statements during Prime Minister’s Questions which have been contested.