Scottish parliament with Calton Hill in the background.
Scotland voted for its own parliament in September 1997, but has yet to make its mind up about the biggest issue of all.
Theresa May isn't the only national leader having a queasy election.
‘My fellow Caledonians …’
The Scottish nationalists' election pitch is about damage limitation, not a radical sell.
Celebrating in Glasgow.
The Conservative threat in Scotland is more than just hype.
Riding a wave.
Those who voted No in the indyref were never as anti-blue as is often believed.
The war of words is underway: who will come out on top is far from clear.
London's media were unified against Scottish separatism in 2014. Second time around, the picture is more complicated.
Sturgeon addresses SNP spring conference on Friday March 17.
The Scottish and UK leaders exchanged fire this week – so, who's winning?
The execution of Charles I.
Constitutional inflexibility can lead to messy divorces – and cost Charles his head.
Nicola Sturgeon may have fired a starting gun for indyref2, but much about the proposed sequel remains uncertain.
The EU referendum has changed the debate on Scottish independence.
Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's first minister, has indicated that the country will again seek independence – this time against the backdrop of Brexit.
The stage is set for a constitutional confrontation.
Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland not being listened to.
Holyrood won't get a veto, but the Supreme Court has done the union no favours.
With a second Scottish referendum 'all but inevitable', here's a strange pill for the nationalists to swallow.
The opportunity for emerging political figures to make their mark is considerable.
Here are five political leaders from around the world who are emerging as significant talents and possible contenders for influence in 2017 and beyond.
‘I’m lovin it.’
A fundraising initiative in Scotland has made headlines, but good intentions are not enough when it comes to helping vulnerable people.
Kezia Dugdale at the IPPR on December 7.
Why Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's federalist ploy is not the right way forward.
Which way forward?
Nearly six months on from the UK's shock vote, there looks very little room for manoeuvre in negotiations.
Theresa May desperately needs room to manoeuvre after letting Brexit bravado get the best of her.
Scottish first minister tries to keep party faithful happy while starting long courtship of the no voters.