Nicola Sturgeon to set out alternative Brexit plan

15 October 2018

Speaking in London the First Minister is expected to urge parliament to stand up to Number Ten’s attempts to “railroad MPs into accepting a bad or blindfold deal on the grounds that no deal would be a catastrophe”

Kevin Pringle: Who is fixated on constitutional politics now?

9 October 2018

Writing ahead of the SNP conference, former SNP director of communications Kevin Pringle looks at the state of play

Nicola Sturgeon: The SNP can deliver for Scotland

9 October 2018

Writing for Holyrood ahead of SNP conference, Nicola Sturgeon says the party has to remain positive in the face of Brexit negativity

The bitter row over Dugdale’s legal costs that precipitated a reshuffle

5 October 2018

Mandy Rhodes on the sticks and stones of Kezia Dugdale's defamation legal battle and how it has impacted the party she used to lead

NHS Scotland set to retain services of waste scandal firm

12 October 2018

Lanarkshire-based Healthcare Environmental Services has been stripped of its NHS contracts in England

NHS whistleblowing champions ‘can come straight to me’, says Jeane Freeman

8 October 2018

Jeane Freeman says she will introduce new measures to support whistleblowers and personally appoint champions to every board

'Brexit must not jeopardise peace in Ireland'

12 October 2018

Advocate general at the European Court of Justice offered a personal warning to Brexit negotiators

The Ashers case raises questions over the weight we should give to deeply held convictions in public life

11 October 2018

Tobias Kelly, Professor of Political and Legal Anthropology, on the wider questions surrounding a baker refusing to make a cake supporting gay marriage

Snubbing Theresa May’s Chequers plan could lead to “disaster” for the environment, Green groups warn

15 October 2018

Greener UK chair Shaun Spiers said: “There is now a real danger that the UK will leave the EU without a deal or consciously pivot towards countries with lower environmental standards.”