More information on how the new points-based immigration system will work has been published by the Government.
Countries in eastern Europe are facing rising waves of coronavirus infections, leading to new restrictive measures such as the mandatory use of face masks in Croatia and travel bans or quarantines to be imposed by Hungary.
Priti Patel will declare Britain as “open for business” and ready to accept the “brightest global talent” when she unveils more details on the UK’s points-based immigration system.
Huawei has warned the UK it risks its position as a global leader in 5G technology if it blocks the firm’s involvement in network infrastructure because of US sanctions against the company.
Plea for politeness: Nicola Sturgeon says Scottish independence debate can learn from ‘kindness and solidarity’ shown in coronavirus crisis
Nicola Sturgeon has said the “kindness and solidarity” learned during the coronavirus crisis should be brought to the Scottish independence debate.
Renault’s Koleos SUV has been removed from the firm’s UK line-up, with the manufacturer citing ‘commercial reasons’ for the car’s departure.
Boris Johnson has said "there is no such thing as a border between England and Scotland" following suggestions from Nicola Sturgeon that travellers from south of the border may be quarantined.
Nicola Sturgeon warns of Leicester-style lockdowns in Scotland as she suggests localised coronavirus outbreaks are inevitable
Nicola Sturgeon has warned of Leicester-style lockdowns in Scotland, as she says localised Covid-19 outbreaks are inevitable north of the border.
At last there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel regarding the eradication of Covid-19, and while there have been mistakes, that’s the problem of being part of the UK.
UK car production fell by 95.4 per cent in May with just 5,314 vehicles being produced during the month, according to figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
The Government’s Committee on Climate Change has called for ministers to boost the economy after the pandemic with action on climate change, adding to a chorus of calls for a green recovery.
Like so many, I was saddened to hear of the passing of a great British icon, Dame Vera Lynn.
UK-based summer ‘staycations’ are set to be favoured by drivers as lockdown measures continue to be eased across the country.
The European Union will be “creative” to reach a trade deal with the UK but will not allow a “downward competition” in standards, Ursula von der Leyen said.
Failure to find a fishing compromise in the Brexit talks "will hurt" the Scottish industry, insiders warned as negotiations entered extra time.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam accused foreign critics of displaying “blatant double standards” over moves by Beijing to strengthen control over the semi-autonomous territory.
Hong Kong police rejected an application for an annual candlelight vigil marking the anniversary this week of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, as residents rushed to apply for passports that could allow them to move to the United Kingdom.
Special Constables (SPCs) in Police Scotland have pledged tens of thousands of hours of volunteer work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Government has urged Westminster to reconsider a cap on English students at Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish universities.
Online job vacancies fell by more than half in the two months to the start of May, a study suggests.
Investment spiked in education technology companies last year, even before the coronavirus crisis forced schools to adopt remote learning en masse, according to new data.
A campaign to raise funds for the family of a railway worker who died of coronavirus after being spat at while on duty has raised over £40,000.
A world on lockdown: What measures are in place, when did they start and what cautious steps have been made towards normality?
As the UK Government prepares to publish its plans for gradually moving out of lockdown this week, we take a look at the first, tentative steps back to normality that are beginning to emerge from Europe.
UK car production fell by 37.6 per cent in March as coronavirus pandemic-related plant closures caused a slowdown in vehicles rolling off the line.
Deaths involving coronavirus in the UK were running over 5,000 higher than the Government total earlier this month, new figures show.
Parts of the UK will bask in 24C heat over the coming days as the hottest April in six years continues.
Sweltering temperatures are expected to hit the UK at the end of the week as the hottest April in almost a decade is set to continue.
Neptune Energy’s UK boss said on Tuesday that talk of the North Sea oil and gas industry being wiped out by a collapse in crude prices is premature.
North-east fighter pilots remain ready to stop intruders approaching the UK during the coronavirus outbreak – stressing that national security remains paramount.
Supermarket chain Lidl has announced that it will provide protective safety barriers to staff in stores across the UK.