Worried holidaymakers flocked to the Dundee city centre branch of Thomas Cook this morning, desperate to get an update on their holiday plans.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to find out the ruling of the UK’s highest court over the legality of his advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
Labour is poised to force a vote “as early as next week” in the Scottish Parliament in a bid to end the Abellio franchise of ScotRail.
Thomas Cook flights to and from Glasgow Airport have been cancelled after the 178-year-old tour operator collapsed.
A Battle of Arnhem veteran took a dram of whisky to the grave of his friend during an emotional first return to the Netherlands in 75 years.
Pupils from two British schools have joined hundreds of Dutch children in laying flowers at the graves of the fallen heroes of the Battle of Arnhem.
Richard Leonard has called for clarity on Labour’s stance over the next steps of Brexit.
David Cameron has said “frustration” during the Scottish independence referendum campaign prompted his plea for the Queen to intervene but he now wanted to avoid making his indiscretion “worse”.