A north-east MSP is set to defend her seat at next year's Scottish Parliament election.
Aberdeen North MP Kirsty Blackman has opened up about suffering from depression, urging others to seek help if they are in the same situation.
Salmond leak: SNP MP suggests Peter Murrell should be suspended from post as party’s chief executive
Nicola Sturgeon’s husband, Peter Murrell, should be suspended from his job as their party’s chief executive, a veteran SNP MP has suggested.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has resigned from a controversial, £38,967-a-year business position and will step down in March, more than a year after promising to do so.
Keir Starmer has repeated his belief that the SNP "will have a mandate" for an independence referendum if they win a majority at Holyrood, setting him on a collision course with Scottish Labour colleagues.
A Conservative motion calling on the Scottish Government to drop its plans for an independence referendum bill has failed at Holyrood.
Keir Starmer will find it "almost impossible to become prime minister" without winning a significant number of seats back from the SNP in Scotland, Ian Murray has admitted.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has declared his support for his wife Nadia El-Nakla, who has announced she is seeking the SNP’s nomination to stand for election to Holyrood.
Keir Starmer vowed to "stop the Nationalists ripping our country apart" as he pledged to lead a Labour Party that would defend and invest in every part of the UK.
Keir Starmer has asked voters to "take another look at Labour", as he pledged to make Britain "the best country to grow up in and the best country to grow old in".
Douglas Ross has been accused of "deliberately misleading" a House of Commons committee during an evidence session on the coronavirus pandemic.
A by-election for the vacant Kincorth, Nigg and Cove seat on Aberdeen City Council will now be held in November.
Boris Johnson has been blasted for past comments suggesting the Scottish Parliament is an "unjust" institution that drains England's coffers.
I read with interest the article on the lady who had twice been challenged about not wearing a mask on a bus.
American health giants could "force their way" into Scotland's NHS under controversial plans being debated at Westminster, it has been claimed.
SNP’s refusal to take seats in the House of Lords lamented by the Scottish peer who drew up Article 50
The SNP should have taken seats in the House of Lords to defend Scotland against food safety concerns arising from EU withdrawal, the architect of Article 50 has suggested.
Britain stands on the brink of breaking international law, after plans to tear up last year's Brexit divorce deal moved a step closer.
Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross has been branded “spineless” after backing Boris Johnson’s plans to break international law.
It was influential SNP politician Winnie Ewing who first inspired Aberdeen South and North Kincardine MSP Maureen Watt to consider a career in politics, back in 1974.
A changing of the guard is imminent at Holyrood with a total of 26 MSPs - about a fifth of the parliament - confirming they will not be seeking re-election next year.
Brexit talks are on the brink of collapse after the UK Government refused to back down over plans to change key parts of last year's withdrawal agreement.
Jeane Freeman was "not aware" of the major issues facing care homes in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, MPs have heard.
Boris Johnson's blueprint for a post-Brexit Britain caused consternation at home and abroad when it was published this week.
Nicola Sturgeon’s husband, the SNP chief executive Peter Murrell, has told a Holyrood inquiry he did not know about sexual harassment allegations against Alex Salmond until they became public.
UK ministers will today table a plan to invest directly in Scotland following the end of the Brexit transition period, potentially sidelining Holyrood.
Boris Johnson guilty of ‘gross breach of ministerial code’ after admission Brexit plan breaks the law
Boris Johnson's plan to redraw the boundaries of last year's EU withdrawal agreement "does break international law", a Cabinet minister has admitted.
Aberdeen City Council is among the organisations to have waded into the debate around Scotland's new Hate Crime Bill by suggesting the language is "strengthened" to allow a balance between respecting freedom of speech and tackling hate crime.
I cycle three days a week from Westhill to Hazlehead using the shared pedestrian cycle route and it works.
SNP MSP Maureen Watt has announced that she will not be seeking re-election at next year’s Scottish Parliament election.
SNP MSP Maureen Watt has announced she will not be seeking re-election at next year's Holyrood elections.