The Scottish Conservatives have called on Nicola Sturgeon to stand by a test in her party’s election manifesto on holding a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to set out her thinking on a possible second independence referendum when MSPs return to Holyrood after the Easter break.
An SNP MP has said Nicola Sturgeon cannot delay a second Scottish independence vote, despite the UK winning a second extension to the Brexit process.
SNP leaders are being urged to seize the “opportunity” provided by the latest delay to Brexit by staging a second vote on Scottish independence before the UK quits the European Union.
Jeremy Corbyn has been told his party may never be forgiven if it works with the Conservatives to bring in a “hard-right Brexit”.
Brexit is now the most important issue for Scots when considering if the country should be independent, according to a new opinion poll.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will set out her plans for a second Scottish independence referendum after “this phase of the Brexit negotiations”.
A BBC journalist has questioned the attitudes of some colleagues in London regarding Scottish independence in a documentary about the 2014 referendum.
Scots are less likely to back independence if Scotland adopts a new currency, a poll has found.
Theresa May would “of course” refuse the Scottish Government permission to hold another independence referendum, Jeremy Hunt has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has said an independent Scotland would use the pound unless the Scottish Parliament voted for a different currency.
Richard Leonard has appeared to suggest a Labour government in Westminster would oppose granting a further referendum on Scottish independence.
Opposition parties have criticised plans for an independent Scotland to establish its own currency in a proposed major SNP policy shift.
The SNP is poised to adopt a new policy for an independent Scotland to establish its own currency.
If not for devolution Scotland might have been independent by now, Tony Blair has said.
Scottish independence represents the opposite of the “narrow isolationism” of Brexit, the SNP’s depute leader is to say.
The Brexit process and steps needed to be taken for Scotland to become an independent country have been compared in a new report.
A Holyrood committee has agreed to close a petition urging the Scottish Government to seek a section 30 order from the UK Government.
A new polling organisation has been set up in a bid to monitor Scottish opinions in the wake of both the 2014 independence referendum and the Brexit vote two years later.
Scotland’s top law officer is being pressed to make clear his opinion on whether Nicola Sturgeon could legally hold a second independence referendum without the agreement of the UK Government.
Alex Salmond facing charges of attempted rape and sexual assault in court will not have an impact on any campaigns for another Scottish independence referendum, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
People in Scotland “have the right” to consider independence as an alternative to Prime Minister Theresa May’s worsening Brexit “crisis”, a senior member of Nicola Sturgeon’s Cabinet has said.
The Scottish Government has been urged to publish what legal advice it has been given over the holding of a second independence referendum.
The SNP continues to be split over whether now is the time for Nicola Sturgeon to call a second Scottish referendum, with one of the party’s MEPs insisting it is not time yet to “push the button” on such a vote.
Aberdeen's oil and gas industry dominated First Minister's Questions at Holyrood, as the possibility of a second independence referendum draws closer.
They do say travel broadens the mind ... although in my case it just cemented a long-held belief.
The Scottish Government will publish a Bill for a second independence referendum within days, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Epic fail for the nationalists then ... I mean, if they can't do something as simple as secure a majority at Holyrood they should just give up as the lame ducks they are.
If Scotland had voted Yes instead of No in September 2014, today would have been marked in the diary as the first day of independence.
In what has been an extraordinary year for Scottish politics, the SNP has experienced both the best of times and the worst of times.