Tory MPs plan to rewrite party rules to oust Theresa May in June

23 April 2019

Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee, will tell Theresa May she must spell out her departure plans or face a change in Conservative Party rules

Smacking ban: “We don’t hit children from a rational place"

23 April 2019

Former Irish senator and children's rights advocate Jillian van Turnhout says Scotland should follow Ireland's lead and get rid of the defence of 'reasonable chastisement'

The High Road: The Highlands since devolution

17 April 2019

Separated from the seats of power by more than just mere geography, what has devolution done for the Highlands to close the gap?

Trans rights and the menopause

21 April 2019

Invisibility is a common curse for middle-aged, menopausal women, and after a lifetime of championing equalities, this stage of life can also feel like one of the most disempowering

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

The UK's callous disregard for Northern Ireland has felt like a betrayal

9 April 2019

Northern Ireland voted against Brexit, in large part because they could see what seems to have eluded Theresa May: that EU membership was part of the magic that made peace possible

Sketch: UK politics is stuck in an endless loop

5 April 2019

Theresa May is now willing to compromise on her plan, so long as that plan ends up being based on the withdrawal agreement she’s already negotiated unilaterally

Smacking ban: “We don’t hit children from a rational place"

23 April 2019

Former Irish senator and children's rights advocate Jillian van Turnhout says Scotland should follow Ireland's lead and get rid of the defence of 'reasonable chastisement'

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

Kezia Dugdale wins Wings Over Scotland defamation case

17 April 2019

Former Labour leader Kezia Dugdale wins a defamation case brought against her by independence blogger

Equal protection is about justice, not parenting styles

15 April 2019

The overwhelming evidence shows 'justifiable assault' causes harm, promotes violence and is a breach of children's rights

The High Road: The Highlands since devolution

17 April 2019

Separated from the seats of power by more than just mere geography, what has devolution done for the Highlands to close the gap?

Jeremy Hunt says David Cameron was a 'political genius' for selling austerity to public

18 April 2019

David Cameron and George Osborne hailed as geniuses by Tory leadership hopeful for persuading public to back huge cuts in public spending

No-deal Brexit uncertainties hit the Scottish economy, report warns

18 April 2019

Report finds that uncertainty caused by threats of a no-deal Brexit hit the Scottish economy in the first quarter of 2019.