With Gove as pantomime villain and May the establishment figure, it looks like the public’s thirst for change will be ignored by Tories
Tagging should be used more frequently to reduce Scotland’s “swollen” prison population and more needs to be done to convince sheriffs of the effectiveness of the electronic device, criminal experts have said.
A Scottish council co-leader who ditched his Legoland chalet in disgust during a trade trip to Denmark has faced calls to refer himself to a public standards watchdog.
The Scottish Government has refused to commit to setting up an inquiry into controversial undercover policing practices should an existing probe not be extended north of the Border.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has signalled interest rates could be cut over the summer to bolster the economy after the Brexit vote, but warned growth could be hit “for some time”.
Night vigils are being held ahead of events to remember the 100th anniversary of the deadliest battle in British history.
Sky News takes a look at the headlines making a splash in Friday's national newspapers.
Transgender individuals will be allowed to enlist in a year's time, despite concerns from some senior military leaders.