Man the ramparts! Could Inveraray Castle be heading into commoner hands?
The landed gentry don't like the reforms that are in the offing. But that doesn't mean there's anything radical about them.
If you thought you had the political wiles of Caledonia covered, this’ll be well worth a look
Haggis and Irn Bru have long since been usurped by politics as the greatest Scottish peculiarity. Here's a bunch of nuggets on that subject that are all too often overlooked.
Could Comrade Corbyn be the next king of Scotland?
Regardless of what Corbyn would mean for England, at least he'd win back Scotland for Labour, right? Not according to this new analysis.
Face of Britain’s young people?
Her maiden speech has gone viral, but what Black does next for young people is what matters.
‘Men have forgotten this truth,’ said the fox. ‘But you must not forget it.’
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In threatening to derail a vote on fox hunting in England, the SNP has undermined its credibility as a voice for Scotland.
Protesters gathered in force for the UK state opening of parliament on May 27.
From rail strike threats to new anti-strike legislation, the Tory election success looks set to bring tensions to the boil in the coming weeks and months.
‘It might take more than the king’s horses and the king’s men, your Highness’
The Bingham report on how to stabilise the UK is well meaning but out of step with the reality of the situation.
Will Plaid touch down at the 2016 elections?
Plaid did not fare as well as its Scottish cousin in the general election - and history can tell us why.
Murphy’s law has finally asserted itself.
The Scottish Labour leader's resignation was inevitable. You can't lose your seat and your entire Scottish beach head and seriously argue to the contrary.
‘We both knew that wouldn’t fly, Dave.’
It's obvious why the Smith Commission would never work.
Tens of thousands have signed a petition for the north of England to join Scotland. But deeper cooperation rather than secession is the answer.
Those bewigged Lords during the opening of parliament.
The UK election made an irresistible case for proportional representation, but a Conservative government is not likely to play ball. The upper house might be a compromise, though.
Difficulties need flagging up.
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The SNP's big Scottish victory might appear to put full fiscal autonomy right back on the agenda. But here's why it doesn't.
The fearsome 56?
Scotland's pre-eminent historian analyses the road ahead for Scotland and the United Kingdom.
Backed by Blair?
Labour needs to focus on leadership, policies and image, if it's to bounce back.
You take the high road and I’ll take the low road.
There were two winners on Thursday night and they may well find themselves on a collision course in the new parliament.
A new era.
The Conservative Party looks set to do even better than the surprising exit polls predicted, but the real glory in this election lies with the small parties. The SNP have virtually wiped the main parties…
Result defies all predictions, putting Conservatives significantly ahead of Labour.
David Cameron enjoying the moment.
There were shock results all round, with some big names falling.
Cheers from the SNP as Labour’s Jim Murphy loses his seat.
After the astonishing events of the 2015 election, offering to implement the Smith proposals in Scotland will not suffice. The Tories will have to think bigger.