The SNP is on course for a Holyrood majority at the next election and Nicola Sturgeon’s coronavirus response is attracting former Tory and Labour supporters, a new poll has found.
Boris Johnson has told the SNP to stop demanding a second referendum and instead outline what independence would mean for Scotland.
Only one question appeared to catch Alex Salmond slightly off guard when I interviewed him in Aberdeen almost a decade ago.
I believe, as an independence-supporting online delivery driver – delivering groceries around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire – that the problem with division is not unique to the SNP, it is something at the heart of all political parties.
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.
Boris Johnson has been told to "pay compensation to Scotland", as Brexit disruption begins to bite for Scottish firms.
The news at the start of the week that mainland Scotland was going into a second lockdown was difficult to hear.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “utterly heartbroken” at the death of a former MSP who helped her take her first step into politics.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she has been left “devastated” by the death of former SNP MSP Kay Ullrich.
More than 1,500 years of school staff time has been lost due to mental health reasons since April 2017, data suggests.
Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has called for pro-Europeans to “fight back” and battle to rejoin the EU.
The Scottish Parliament has voted against giving consent to the UK-EU trade bill, hours after it was approved in Westminster.
At its best, Wednesday's recall resembled a second-rate pantomime performed with the grace of a school rugby team looking for something to tide them over until the end of term.
Scottish Labour will oppose the Brexit deal in the Scottish Parliament when MSPs vote on whether to give consent to the trade agreement.
Fishing industry bosses have cried "betrayal" ahead of a mammoth House of Commons vote on the prime minister's Christmas Eve Brexit deal.
A charity’s figures showing a three-fold rise in the use of food bank parcels over seven years demonstrate the need for urgent action on benefits, the SNP has said.
The deal on fishing access in the Prime Minister’s Brexit agreement has been described as “a spectacular broken promise” by the SNP.
Charging the UK Government to keep Trident on the Clyde in an independent Scotland is more likely to lead to nuclear disarmament than demanding immediate removal, a defence expert says.
Support for Scottish independence has equalled its highest polling point at 58%, a new survey suggests.
The SNP is under pressure to explain the way it handled a complaint against ex-minister Mark McDonald amid claims the process was "dodgy and inappropriate".
A new poll has shown a slight dip in support for both Scottish independence and the SNP.
The Lib Dems have accused the UK Government of refusing to rule out adding international law-breaking legislation that could undermine devolution.
Former finance secretary Derek Mackay has been urged to resign from Holyrood after it emerged he claimed expenses of more than £8,500 in the four months after quitting the Cabinet post.
An inquiry into the collapse of engineering firm BiFab has moved one step closer, after the UK Government signalled support.
Boris Johnson has hinted there could be a second vote on Scottish independence, telling MPs Scots will be "right in the future" to vote to stay part of the UK.
The investigation into the delayed construction of ferries set to serve the Western Isles that went over budget by almost £100 million has dubbed the fiasco a "catastrophic failure".
The collapse of Fife manufacturer Bifab should herald a "moratorium" on new offshore wind contracts, Labour and SNP MSPs say.
Investigations into deaths in police custody should be completed within a year, says a leading police complaints investigator.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives today hailed Aberdeen's Labour councillors and called on Scottish Labour to work together with the Tories party to create a "Unionist coalition".
One of Aberdeen's top Labour councillors has launched a scathing attack on party leader Richard Leonard, claiming he "cannot be trusted" with party affairs.