Even though they won the election in Scotland, the result will be portrayed as a loss for the SNP. So where does it leave Nicola Sturgeon on a second independence referendum?
Kezia Dugdale at the IPPR on December 7.
Why Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's federalist ploy is not the right way forward.
Scottish first minister tries to keep party faithful happy while starting long courtship of the no voters.
How to shift those stubborn opinion polls?
Still Better Together?
Brexit uncertainty, English xenophobia and a recession brewing - no wonder Scottish Labour is thinking about switching sides.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon and deputy John Swinney.
Scotland remains sick man of Europe despite devolution. Here's what is going wrong.
Sturgeon celebrates with the SNP intake after the election.
Everyone is trying to claim the Holyrood result furthers their own position. It's all noise.
First minister at her count in Glasgow.
The new normal for Nicola – minority rule once more.
Same as it ever was: Kyleakin Castle on Skye.
Why the ruling classes may think twice about landownership in Scotland.
Pressing the flesh.
Spoiler alert: we already know the winner.
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.
Len’s got a plan for Labour.
Len McCluskey needs to snap back to reality, if he wants to see Labour in government.
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.
All smiles for the Conservatives.
Experts provide a rolling response, live as the results come in for the 2015 general election.
On May 8, a new battle begins.
One of the consequences of the SNP's rise is that the new UK government will have very few seats in Scotland. This looks set to become a hot potato after the election.
Policing the jobless.
Labour's Jim Murphy and the Conservatives' Ruth Davidson clashed over targets for sanctioning people on benefits. Who was right?
He’s back - again.
As the Scottish Nationalists gear up for a big win on May 7, the contribution of one man is in danger of being overlooked
You can please some of the people some of the time.
One of Scottish Labour’s problems is that its most talented politicians prefer to be in Westminster rather than Holyrood. The reverse is true for the Scottish Nationalists. However, there are exceptions…
Labour can almost count its young Scottish voters on one hand.
New figures show that Labour is considerably further behind the SNP with an age-group that is planning to turn out in force on May 7.
Jim’s the new heid bummer.
So the bookies were right. The new leader of Labour in Scotland is indeed Jim Murphy. The challenge from Neil Findlay (less so Sarah Boyack) wasn’t enough to produce an upset. Not only is the future of…