Can the Scottish Parliament call an independence referendum without Westminster's consent? It's a question that will likely dominate the months following the Holyrood election.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry says she would never have got involved in frontline politics if she knew of the "abuse and threats" she would receive from her own party colleagues.
Sacked SNP frontbencher Neale Hanvey has defended backing a campaign to sue his parliamentary colleague Kirsty Blackman.
Joanna Cherry is being touted for a top House of Commons job, after losing her frontbench role with the SNP.
She stood dominant and fearsome, tapping a long cane against her jackboots.
A 30-year-old man has been charged after a threat was sent to SNP MP Joanna Cherry on the same day she was "sacked" from the party's front bench at Westminster.
Joanna Cherry’s sacking came in response to a "long-standing pattern of unacceptable behaviour", senior SNP sources claim.
Divisions between warring factions in the SNP may be fascinating to the “Holyrood village” but they are not to most voters, says an expert.
Nicola Sturgeon has strongly condemned accusations of transphobia in the SNP and vowed to treat it with zero tolerance following reports of large numbers of young activists leaving the party over the issue.
There’s an image of a donkey being led by a carrot dangling from the end of a stick doing the rounds on social media.
A row at the heart of the SNP risked collapsing into a chasm just hours before the final day of the party's conference as Joanna Cherry publicly pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon to call out out a "campaign of abuse, smears and violent intimidation" against her.
The preferred date for a new referendum on Scottish independence is "very likely" to be included in the SNP manifesto for next year's Holyrood elections, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The SNP will consider going to court in order to force a second referendum, the Scottish Government’s Constitution Secretary Michael Russell has said.
The SNP’s Angus Robertson launches his campaign to stand in Edinburgh Central with a thinly-veiled message for his party rival
Former SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson has launched his campaign to enter Holyrood with an apparent dig at his Nationalist rival chasing the same seat.