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The leader of Glasgow City Council, Gordon Matheson, announces he will stand down next month.
North Wales is set to benefit from an economic boost to the "northern powerhouse" region of England, Wales Office Minister Alun Cairns says.
Jeremy Corbyn says he could work with Andy Burnham should the latter be elected Labour leader, while Lord Kinnock warns against being a party of "perpetual demonstration".
Scientists, universities and farming leaders write to Scotland's rural affairs secretary raising concerns about a ban on growing GM crops.
In an interview with BBC Newsnight, former Labour leader Neil Kinnock has warned the party against returning to an era of "perpetual demonstration".
Agriculture Minister Michelle O'Neill urges the European Union to act swiftly to support dairy farmers.
Why tactical voting against left wing Labour hopeful won't work
Labour's Yvette Cooper says she can beat leading left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn to win the party's leadership election, as ballot papers begin to arrive.
The BBC needs to give Wales an extra £30m to make programmes which properly reflect the lives of its people, the first minister says.
If you're 18 to 21 and want to claim Jobseekers' Allowance, you're going to have to complete a series of courses in order to receive your benefits.
The newly-elected leader of Scottish Labour wants "new faces" to join the party and "stand for us" at next year's Holyrood election.
Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham says that, if he wins the contest, he will involve the left-winger Jeremy Corbyn in his team "from the outset"
Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham is making a speech in which he is expected to say he wants to involve Mr Corbyn in rebuilding the party.
Farming leaders meet government ministers in London on Monday to discuss what they have described as a "crisis" in the dairy industry.
The Ministry of Defence is urged to stop providing a controversial anti-malaria tablet to British soldiers after it is linked to severe depression and other mental illnesses.
More than half of people referred for help with substance misuse in Wales have alcohol problems, prompting calls for a minimum pricing.
Politicians should stop pressurising the BBC and the public should have more of a say in its future, the BBC Trust's chairwoman says.
The first votes in Labour's leadership contest are to be cast, with ballot papers arriving by post on Monday morning.
Bank of England policymaker Kristin Forbes warns that keeping interest rates low for too long could harm the UK's economy.
New Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale says she will make key decisions about the party's direction in Scotland.