The SNP faced unprecedented scenes yesterday when the husband of the recently resigned first minister was arrested at their home.
The UK is now the only democracy where the children of formerly colonised people are running the country that colonised their parents’ and grandparents’ nations.
The SNP’s new leader only just squeaked over the line against his rivals, which is a bad sign for his ambition to take Scotland out of the UK.
Nicola Sturgeon has quit and now her husband Peter Murrell has resigned as chief-executive following news the SNP has lost more than 30,000 members since December 2021.
What does the future hold for Scottish independence and the SNP after Nicola Sturgeon?
The SNP leader has caused drama in the chamber on multiple occasions, often with the aim of bringing neglected subjects to public attention.
The Scottish government wanted to trigger a second independence vote without consulting Westminster but that has been deemed not legally permissable.
Does the law that created the Scottish parliament allow it to call indyref2?
Forming a pact with the Liberal Democrats would make electoral sense in England – but Keir Starmer does not see it as a risk worth taking.
The party of government in Scotland has strayed from its ‘social democratic’ vision and desperately needs a new approach to solving inequalities across society.
What’s happening in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales this Thursday.
A new study reveals how a narrative of Scottish openness to immigration encourages migrants to downplay their experiences of discrimination.
A green party is in government in the UK for the first time.
Read the constituency results to understand where the independence debate heads next.
The two big constitutional questions of the age have caused complicated divisions that help explain party support.
There’s everything to play for as Scotland counts down to May 6.
Those who talk down an independent Scotland’s prospects are not factoring in one of its biggest natural resources.
She defended herself robustly and humbly admitted to errors, but the first minister is still on shaky ground when it comes to crucial questions.
Economics is set to dominate the debate, just like last time around.
Coronavirus may be delaying Alex Salmond’s reckoning, but both the Scottish government and the SNP as a party have some difficult times ahead.