Trump’s election is worrying, but we do democracy an injustice if we fail to address the discontent that placed him in the White House
16 January 2017
While we wring our hands over the tumultuous events of 2016, what should be writ large on our memory is the absolute certainty that large swathes of the electorate have felt unrepresented for some time
21 November 2016
A breakdown in communication has allowed accusations of hypocrisy, delay and obfuscation to...
7 November 2016
The High Court ruling underlines the chaos that has ensued since David Cameron called a referendum...
22 October 2016
Looking close to tears, Nicola Sturgeon pledged a "root and branch" review of the care system for...
10 October 2016
Labour has been accused of taking the party back to the 1970s but Theresa May seems to want to drag...
26 September 2016
Three months on from the referendum, and still no one seems to know what Brexit means
Nicola Sturgeon's decision to talk about her miscarriage is important because of what it tells us about women in leadership
12 September 2016
Mandy Rhodes asks what we want from our elected representatives
26 August 2016
Ten weeks on from the Brexit vote, the shockwaves still reverberate
30 June 2016
The Scottish Government has filled the post-Brexit vacuum, but can't jump the gun
16 June 2016
The EU referendum campaign has succeeded in diminishing a critically important debate
6 June 2016
Cases like Liam Fee's shine a light into the darkest corners of society
23 May 2016
David's story is a modern-day parable of violence, lost opportunities and self-fulfilling...
10 May 2016
The Conservative success will mean nationalism versus unionism writ large in the Scottish...