A consultant for the SNP met the controversial data firm Cambridge Analytica in the run up to the last Holyrood elections, the First Minister has revealed.
Nicola Sturgeon has refused to reveal who the SNP consultant was that met with controversial data firm Cambridge Analytica.
The SNP has been accused of manufacturing a legal row over Brexit in order to push for a second independence referendum.
A former North-east MP who was ousted last June is saying “cheers” to a new job.
Scotland’s full potential will only be realised with independence, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A council by-election tied between Conservative and Labour was decided in favour of the Tory candidate by the drawing of lots, under a traditional procedure.
A former MP has appeared in court on six charges including fraud.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has called on Theresa May to impose tougher financial sanctions on Russia. including steps to tackle money laundering in the UK.
Protesters have taken part in a march against racism in Glasgow in solidarity with events in other European cities.
Ministers have been urged to allow child refugees to sponsor their close families members to join them in the UK.
Less than a quarter of Scots think Brexit should lead to a second independence referendum, a poll has revealed.
An Aberdeen company director facing a business rates increase of 300% has called on national and local government to stop pointing the finger at one another.
Shamed former SNP MSP Mark McDonald today refused to bow to mounting pressure to resign.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended her party’s handling of an investigation into the inappropriate behaviour of former childcare minister Mark McDonald.
The SNP’s Mhairi Black has revealed the scale of misogynistic abuse she faces online, repeating in Parliament insults aimed at her which include the C-word.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said it would be appropriate for the Scottish Government’s former childcare minister to stand down as an MSP after a series of sleaze allegations were made against him.
The Scottish Government’s former childcare minister Mark McDonald has quit the SNP after a series of sleaze allegations were made against him.
The Scottish Government’s former childcare minister has said he will stay on at Holyrood – despite admitting his behaviour to two women fell below professional standards.
A politician at the centre of an investigation into his behaviour has resigned from his party - but will remain as an MSP.
Economy Secretary Keith Brown has joined the contest to become the SNP’s new depute leader.
Two more high-profile SNP MPs have ruled themselves out of the contest to be the party’s new depute leader.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry has ruled herself out of the contest to be the party’s new depute leader.
Some voters exercised their democratic right to vote in the latest council by-elections but others were deterred by snow and bad weather.
Parliament is a “real bastion of privilege” where “legislation is practically designed in a sea of booze”, an SNP MP has claimed.
“Bumbling” Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is making the UK a “laughing stock”, the SNP Westminster leader has claimed.
John McDonnell has called on the SNP to “stop playing politics with people’s lives” and “end austerity” in Scotland.
Long-serving SNP MP Pete Wishart has ruled himself out of the contest to be the party’s new depute leader.
MSPs are calling for a reform of Holyrood payments after it emerged a former Scottish Government minister who quit over alleged sexual misconduct is in line for a golden goodbye of more than £7,000.
Liberal Democrats gained three council seats from the Conservatives in the biggest set of local by-elections since the beginning of the year.
The SNP group at Holyrood has written to Brexit Secretary David Davis to complain about “inadequate arrangements” made for MSPs to view key papers.