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
Mandy Rhodes on how, a year on, reverberations from the referendum are still being felt
Mandy Rhodes asks if Jeremy Corbyn can help Labour find its sense of purpose as leader
Scotland may have voted No but the SNP proved to be on the winning side. Mandy Rhodes takes a look at the the last political year
The Tories have been portrayed as ‘anti-Scottish’ since Thatcher, and one wonders what they have learned6 July 2015
As EVEL gets pushed through Westminster, the anti-Scottish narrative will not be difficult to shape ahead of next year’s Scottish Parliament election
When Jeremy Corbyn says he wants a debate about policy, the other contenders should listen
Mandy Rhodes asks: What can be done about falling literacy and numeracy in Scottish education?
Mandy Rhodes on whether Kezia Dugdale is the woman to save Scottish Labour
Clock's ticking for Jim Murphy
As the election approaches Westminster is getting increasingly desperate
Everyone appears to agree that the archaic two-party system of politics is over and yet Cameron and Miliband give us one choice – him or the other man
If the election leaves the Tories with nothing to lose and Scottish Labour with depleted numbers, what place does Scotland have in Westminster?
Something is still rotten at Westminster. And the debate has now switched from the 2009 shock at profligate expenses claims to whether MPs are actually paid enough