SNP MP Joanna Cherry said she had been “sacked” from her party’s front bench team at Westminster, as a reshuffled was announced.
Stephen Flynn MP
A north-east MP has warned the UK Government against bringing an end to a Universal Credit top-up amid a huge rise in the number of claimants.
Calls have been made for the UK Government to tighten up its border controls in a bid to bring the spread of Covid-19 under control.
Football clubs in the north-east are set for a share of millions of pounds from a funding package announced by ministers.
Staff had to deal with three instances of material on Pornhub being viewed on phones in school in recent months
An Aberdeen MP has welcomed a package of support to help those struggling with rent arrears.
A north-east MP has demanded financial support for Scottish football clubs after UK ministers unveiled a package to support teams in England.
A north-east MP has slammed the Chancellor after he failed to commit to extending the Universal Credit top-up.
Stephen Flynn has suffered from Avascular Necrosis since his teens - leaving him unable to walk without sticks or crutches for the past 17 years. Now after 'life-changing' operation he is looking forward to walking pain free along the beach with his baby son.
A north-east MP has hit out at the UK Government over trade talks with Japan.
An Aberdeen MP says he is "alarmed" by UK ministers' failure to commit to a sector deal for oil and gas.
A virtual meeting focused on rebuilding the north-east after the outbreak of Covid-19 is taking place next week.
The full opening of Aberdeen's harbour expansion has been delayed by several months.
A north-east MP has called on the government to review the axing of free TV licences for over-75s.
An Aberdeen business leader believes the withdrawal of a main contractor from the city's harbour expansion could open the door for a local firm to finish the job.
A north-east MP has welcomed fresh coronavirus support for self-employed people – but has hit out at UK ministers over parts of the scheme.
Government officials have been urged to back a proposal to scrap council debt repayments and help them fight coronavirus – potentially saving Aberdeen more than £20 million.