The Scottish National Party kicked off its annual conference in Aberdeen today amid a febrile atmosphere of tension and expectation.
Nicola Sturgeon takes swipe at Jeremy Corbyn in diversionary tactic
As Brexit talks approach their endpoint there are strong signs of a potential breakthrough, as demonstrated by the softening position of leading Brexiteers.
Arch-Brexiteer supports Johnson's bid to secure 'compromise' deal
With the clock fast running out, the British government continues to insist that last-minute talks with the European Union (EU) can produce a positive result.
Nicky Morgan says 'mood music' on negotiations is 'positive'
Scotland’s First Minister has touched off a debate on the route to Scottish independence by insisting that a “legal referendum” is the only way to achieve the desired outcome.
Nicola Sturgeon insists on 'legal' route to independence
A Russian court sentenced a US-Israeli woman to seven and a half years in jail for drug offenses on Friday, a ruling Israel condemned as disproportionate and which her family said Moscow had linked to the fate of a Russian citizen detained in Israel.
Russia jails American-Israeli woman on drug charges despite Netanyahu plea
Spain’s Supreme Court plans to sentence Catalan separatist leaders to a maximum of 15 years in prison over a 2017 bid for independence, a judicial source said on Saturday.
Catalan separatist leaders face long jail sentences
A European auto industry association on Saturday preached increased investment in much-needed hydrogen infrastructure as South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group makes an aggressive hydrogen push.
European auto industry calls for investments in hydrogen infrastructure amid Hyundai's hydrogen push
The UK Government has reneged on a promise to EU citizens, as a minister threatens EU citizens with deportation if they do not apply for settled status after Brexit.
Security Minister: Unregistered EU citizens may be deported after Brexit
Poland's governing Law and Justice (PiS) party could lose the absolute majority it has enjoyed since 2015, according to the final opinion polls published before Sunday's general election.
Poland's right-wing could lose absolute majority in vote: polls
The Queen’s two biggest failures in recent decades – the Iraq War and the prorogation of Parliament – beg the question: have taxpayers had enough of the Monarchy?
Is the Queen’s hand in Iraq and Parliament pushing taxpayers too far?

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