Nicola Sturgeon has declared that the SNP is “winning the case for independence” as she revealed more detail about plans for Scotland to have a second vote on leaving the UK.
A second Scottish independence referendum must not feature the “voter suppression initiatives” being put forward by Boris Johnson’s Government, SNP depute leader Keith Brown said.
An independent Scotland could be a “magnet for global investment”, thanks to its unique position between the UK and the EU, Nicola Sturgeon will say.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary will insist the county can “more than afford” to be independent.
SNP members have rejected a call for the party to implement a “plan B” for securing Scottish independence.
SNP MPs have prepared a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister – with the party’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford calling on Labour and the Liberal Democrats to work with them to oust Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson’s proposed Brexit deal will lead to additional “strain” between Scotland and the rest of the UK, former prime minister Tony Blair has warned.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has appeared to suggest his party would only help Labour form a government in return for support for a Scottish independence referendum.
Richard Leonard has called for clarity on Labour’s stance over the next steps of Brexit.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has said he would not have held the vote on independence in 2014 if he had known Boris Johnson would become Prime Minister and the UK would be facing the prospect of a hard Brexit.
SNP plans for an independent Scotland to have its own currency are backed by only slightly more than one in eight voters, according to a new poll.
Westminster resistance to giving Scots a second vote on independence will be “washed away” after another SNP election victory, Nicola Sturgeon has predicted.
Five years on from the independence referendum, Scotland’s future is far from settled.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to ditch plans for a second independence referendum after a new poll suggested fewer than three out of 10 Scots want there to be another vote in the next 18 months.
A second referendum on Scottish independence and one on the Northern Irish border issue have widespread support among voters on the UK mainland, a new poll suggests.
More than one third of people in Wales would support the country becoming independent if it meant remaining in the EU, according to new figures.
Changing the wording of the question voters would be asked if there was a second Scottish independence referendum would be “very confusing”, the Constitutional Relations Secretary has said.
Sir John Major has launched a savage attack on Boris Johnson and his Government – urging the new Prime Minister to ditch his “overmighty advisers” before politics is poisoned “beyond repair”.
With Boris Johnson pushing for a snap general election, a new poll has suggested the Tories could be set for heavy losses in Scotland.
An October general election would be a “fantastic opportunity” for Scots to demand a second vote on independence, the SNP’s Westminster leader has said.
A second Scottish independence referendum would not take place in the “formative years” of a Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
Several roads in Aberdeen city centre will close today as a pro-independence march takes place.
Len McCluskey, the leader of the UK’s largest trade union, has revealed he would have voted for independence if he had lived in Scotland at the time of the 2014 referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon is reviewing the timetable for a possible second vote on Scottish independence, Boris Johnson was warned as the SNP Westminster leader branded him the “last prime minister of the UK”.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to the new Prime Minister saying it is now “essential” Scotland has an alternative option to his Brexit plan.
SNP politicians have resurrected a bid for Scotland to become independent without a second referendum being held after Boris Johnson was “foisted” on the country as Prime Minister.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is “more important than ever” for the Scottish Government to plan for a second vote on independence after Boris Johnson won the keys to Number 10.
New Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has ruled out a coalition with the Tories under Boris Johnson and said she would not grant the power to hold a second Scottish independence referendum.
A referendum on the UK’s constitution should be a “one-off generational thing” which cannot be re-run for up to 20 years, a former Labour first minister has said.