Theresa May has indicated in a letter to Jeremy Corbyn that their teams should meet “as soon as possible” for new Brexit talks.
Ross Thomson, MP for Aberdeen South, faces allegations of inappropriate “sexual touching” whilst intoxicated.
On Tuesday night the Prime Minister pledged to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland.
Fraser Kelly gives his take on the rise of treating politics like sport.
Alex Salmond arrested and charged with sexual assault cases.
As May’s cabinet crumbles, Brig Politics examines what the future of Brexit looks like.
As Canada becomes the second country in the world to legalise marijuana, Aaron Lukas ask if the UK will follow.
Exactly 12 months on from the terrorist attack on London’s Westminster Bridge the 14 people who died and over 100 who were injured in four terrorist attacks which struck London in 2017 have been remembered.
Jack McInnes debuts for Brig with a piece on improving our voting system through an electronic format.
Labour candidate for Stirling, Chris Kane talks to Brig about the party’s key manifesto points ahead of Thursday’s general election.