For years, Scots have disproportionately occupied space on the front benches, but the SNP surge will see them frozen out of government altogether
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Fear of a slip-up made Westminster prize caution over transparancy
Freudian slip reveals what the prime minister is really thinking
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Every part of Britain is set to gain from an increased aviation hub capacity if the right decision is made – especially Wales.
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What do the 2015 manifestos reveal of parties' plans to tackle emissions, restore nature or use precious natural resources more wisely? Here's a run-down of their highs and lows.
With just one week until polling day in the General Election, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) is urging its members and everyone who shoots to check their election candidates’ views on shooting before casting a vote.
Shocking new figures highlight the plight of animals.
The cost of home insurance has continued to fall for the first quarter of 2015 with an average combined building and contents policy now costing 79 pence a day - less than the price of a takeaway coffee – the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said today.
Premier Foods today opened a new engineering training centre for apprentices at its Mr Kipling bakery in Fish Dam Lane, Barnsley.