Nicola Sturgeon has declared she would be “very happy” for a general election to be held before Christmas as she hit out at Boris Johnson over his Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
The First Ministers of Scotland and Wales are joining forces to voice their opposition to Boris Johnson’s Brexit Bill.
Boris Johnson has wooed northern voters, saying he trusted them to “take back control” of local train services.
Scotland’s Social Security Secretary has spoken of the challenges and opportunities ahead as she marked a year since Holyrood approved legislation to see the introduction of a new benefits system north of the border.
Lord McConnell has insisted he has no regrets about wearing his infamous pinstripe kilt – despite being mocked for his choice of outfit at Tartan Day in New York.
Holyrood’s method of electing MSPs needs to be reformed as part of a series of measures to revitalise devolution in the run-up to the Scottish Parliament’s 20th anniversary, former first minister Lord McConnell said.
Had not Donald Dewar pestered the life out of Tony Blair, a devolved Scottish Parliament might never have materialised.