Support for Scottish independence has slipped by 4% since last November, a new poll suggests, but the Yes side holds the lead for the 22nd straight survey.
Councils are short-changed as a result of a “rotten deal” on funding from the Scottish Government, the Scottish Conservatives have argued.
MSPs will vote on a reform of the SQA and the break up of Education Scotland on Wednesday with Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie calling for widespread reform of Scotland's education system.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon insists the country's vaccine roll-out is "working well" despite Scotland having the lowest proportion of population to have been administered a first dose in the UK.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has again defended the Scottish Government's speed of the vaccine roll-out, following another "fall" in the Sunday rate.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would be "satisfied" with Scotland having the slowest vaccine roll-out rate as long as the final, self-determined government targets are met.
"Childish game play" over vaccine dose numbers is not helping the country's battle against the coronavirus, it has been warned.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has denied the vaccine roll out in Scotland is "patchy" and accused the UK Government of "spinning numbers".
More than 400,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have yet to be given to patients despite having arrived in Scotland, the Tories have claimed.
A leading fact checking expert has warned disinformation campaigns could pose a "real threat" to future votes in Scotland after the SNP launched a "national information service" as part of its new independence taskforce.
The SNP has announced the creation of a taskforce to support its campaign for Scottish independence but faced criticism from opposition parties for not focusing on the coronavirus pandemic.
Scotland is fighting coronavirus with “one arm behind our back” as fewer tests are being carried out compared to other parts of the UK, Labour’s Richard Leonard has claimed.
The return of university students should be delayed until at least February, similar to the Government’s plans for schools, the Scottish Liberal Democrats have said.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to drop plans for a second Scottish independence referendum draft Bill before the Holyrood elections in May.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Scottish Government was left with "no alternative" but to put mainland Scotland back into full lockdown in a bid to protect lives across the country.
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.
The Scottish Parliament is expected to refuse consent to the Brexit trade deal in a vote on Wednesday.
The coronavirus restrictions have wrecked traditional Christmas celebrations for everyone across the country and Scotland’s politicians are no exception.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called for an overhaul of the country’s Test and Protect system after more than 300 people waited almost a week to be interviewed following a positive result.
Scottish politicians have recognised the festive season of 2020 as “a Christmas like no other”.
'Twas the final first minister's questions before Christmas, when all through the chamber MSPs were stirring, to get their names in the paper.
Willie Rennie has accused Nicola Sturgeon of wanting to see a “sequel” to Brexit next year as the pair clashed over a second independence referendum.
Opposition leaders urge Nicola Sturgeon to close schools early after warning of new coronavirus strain
Scotland's opposition leaders have backed plans to impose tighter restrictions over Christmas, but called on Nicola Sturgeon to close schools immediately and publish the evidence for the decision.
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted more needs to be done to tackle drug deaths in Scotland as her Government was accused of cutting rehabilitation services “to the bone”.
Nicola Sturgeon accused her political opponents of peddling "wild conspiracy theories" as she faced a grilling over her husband's evidence to the Holyrood inquiry into the Alex Salmond affair.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned coronavirus could “run out of control again” in Scotland this winter as she defended her decision not to ease restrictions in Edinburgh.
Students will go back to university in staggered phases after the Christmas break, with most starting the new term at home.
The Scottish Government has no plans to bring in vaccine passports, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
MSPs have condemned the Scottish Government's decision to end financial support for Bifab without "justifying" it legally.