A programme that aims to spot men at risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture is to be rolled out across Scotland.
The power to set a new drink-drive limit in Scotland is among those being transferred from Westminster to Holyrood this week.
David Cameron is prepared to consider a referendum on the UK’s relationship with the EU, but only when the time is right, he tells the Sunday Telegraph.
Lord Ahmed says he is delighted that the Labour party has lifted his suspension following an allegation that he had offered a bounty on President Obama’s head.
Hundreds of people take part in a march through the streets of Edinburgh in support of same-sex marriage.
The government announces an independent review of the workings of the Libor inter-bank lending rate in the wake of the Barclays fine.
A peer suspended by the Labour Party for allegedly offering a £10m bounty on the head of US President Barack Obama has suspension lifted.
Ministers are to order a review into the workings of the inter-bank lending rate in the wake of the Barclays fine, the BBC learns.
Labour leader Ed Miliband calls for a public inquiry into banking and a new code of conduct to encourage integrity in the sector.
Figures from Scotland’s main political parties clash over the independence referendum during a televised BBC Scotland debate
David Cameron says he has been given „explicit commitments” by eurozone leaders to protect the EU single market amid fears the City will lose out.
Watch coverage of The Big Debate: Choosing Scotland’s Future.
The government’s strategy to nurture small technology companies is described as „potentially counterproductive” in an forthcoming report.
The social development minister is to make a ministerial statement to the assembly on Tuesday, following an investigation into major maintenance contracts at the NI Housing Executive.
Ed Miliband is to announce proposals for an independent inquiry into the culture and practices in the banking sector, but ministers have rejected the idea.
Carina Trimingham, partner of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, launches appeal bid against a High Court judge’s rejection of her privacy and harassment claim against Associated Newspapers.
Germany’s Chancellor Merkel defends a deal to use eurozone bailout funds to help banks – an apparent concession to Spain and Italy.
The prime minister dropped the idea from his welfare speech, and now Danny Alexander says his party will block regional benefits.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls backs calls for an independent „arms length” probe into the culture of „lying” in Britain’s banks.
Figures suggest that prisoner numbers in Scotland have hit a record high, despite crime being at its lowest level since 1975.
Public funding to Prince Charles increased by 11.8% in the last financial year, new figures show.
The three key areas of eurozone reforms explained.
The Daily Politics mood box was taken to a north London high street – outside a Barclays Bank – to test the public faith in bankers and the banking system.
Taxpayer funding to Prince Charles increased by 11% in the last financial year, new figures show.
Member of the Treasury Select Committee Mark Garnier says a „truth and reconciliation” inquiry into Britain’s banks is needed to restore public trust.
The City AM editor said he had defended previous actions, but bankers deserved all the flak they were getting, and even more, over the allegations about interest rate manipulation.