Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis has been asked if he misled the public over his claim that all complaints about incidents of Islamophobia by party members had been dealt with.
Nicola Sturgeon has slammed the “so-called” Scottish Secretary David Mundell after he and other Tories from north of the border helped vote down an SNP bid to rule out a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May has vowed to Tory grassroots activists that she will not allow the referendum vote for Britain to leave the EU to be frustrated.
Theresa May has vowed to Tory grassroots activists that she will not allow the referendum vote to leave the EU to be frustrated.
The departing Conservatives have been told they are making “a big mistake” by their former colleagues, as MPs from across the house have reacted to their decision to join the Independent Group.
Six Tory MPs will contemplate splitting from the Conservative Party unless it “changes its direction”, Tory grandee Ken Clarke has warned.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is “likely” to be Scotland’s next first minister, her deputy has said.
Cabinet ministers have heaped further pressure on veteran Tory Sir Christopher Chope over his “unacceptable” decision to block child protection proposals linked to female genital mutilation (FGM).
Theresa May’s bid to get Tory MPs to back her Brexit plan suffered a set-back as a new poll suggested more than half of Conservative Party members prefer a no-deal withdrawal.
Doubling on the spot fines for anti-social behaviour would help police deliver “swift justice” to low-level offenders, the Conservatives have said.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders hit out at the Scottish Government for cutting the authority’s general revenue grant by almost £60 million in three years.
Prime Minister Theresa May tonight won the backing of Conservative MPs following a no confidence vote. Tory MPs voted by 200 to 117 at the Palace of Westminster. Theresa May is expected to make a statement at Downing Street. More to follow
The BBC News Special with the result and reaction to the confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May has been pushed back to 8.30pm.
The scale of the school staffing crisis in the north-east has been laid bare in figures revealing hundreds of thousands of pounds were spent on teacher relocation packages in the last year.
Theresa May namechecked the NHS more than Brexit in her conference speech, and did not utter the word Chequers once.
Theresa May will want her leader’s speech to the Tory Party conference to be memorable – but not for the reasons it hit the headlines last year.
Personal details of senior Cabinet ministers, including their mobile phone numbers, have been leaked to the public by a major security breach in the Conservative Party’s official conference app.
The Conservative Party’s official conference phone app appears to have a major security flaw that allows people to access the private data of attendees including Cabinet ministers.
A north-east Labour MSP said he hopes parliamentary colleagues will officially back nine suspended councillors.
An online petition was to be launched today to end the suspension of Aberdeen councillors from their party.
Scottish Conservative MPs have said they will keep a “watching brief” on the progress of tax changes to help the North Sea oil and gas sector.
The Conservative co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has said it is “absurd” to claim Labour dominates the coalition administration.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader Douglas Lumsden today said the administration would continue to put the people of the Granite City first, despite the Labour leak.
Aberdeen City Council was today accused of “squandering money” after setting aside £30,000 for 75 new staff uniforms.
A North-east MP has said serious concerns remain about the roll-out of Universal Credit.
Four new posts – with salaries totalling almost £500,000 – have been advertised to oversee £125 million of cost-cutting measures at Aberdeen City Council.
A call has been made to use public money to benefit an airport in the North-east.
A change to the dates of full council meetings that will help accommodate a new MSP has come under fire from opposition critics.
Here is the text of the agreement between the Conservative Party and the Democratic Unionist Party:
The DUP has backed a deal to support the minority Conservative government.