The UK-Scotland Supreme Court case may prove to be the beginning of a major constitutional crisis.
This week, fresh evidence has emerged linking the Scottish Tories to a sordid attempt to subvert democracy, involving Brexit, Dark Money and the DUP
Recent events show, that those who are considering abandoning independence because they don’t like the SNP Growth Commission, are not thinking clearly.
In recent days I have noticed various unionist politicians justifying the power grab by suggesting it represents the will of 2014 No voters.
Holyrood voted to protect itself from changes it never consented to and uphold Donald Dewar’s vision that ‘there shall be a Scottish Parliament’.
Nicola Sturgeon discusses Scotland’s post-Brexit future during an in-depth interview and audience Q and A with Reuters News Agency.
As the mainstream media concentrated on setting fire to baby boxes, the House of Lords was busy extinguishing hopes of protecting the devolution settlement.
David Mundell explains that the consent of the Scottish Parliament is worthless and that he is happy with that because that is what we voted for in 2014.
Here are the House of Lords amendments that may break the deadlock between the Scottish and UK Governments over repatriated EU powers.
Lord Hope will today introduce amendments to the EU(Withdrawal) Bill designed to end the current deadlock. However, the stalemate points to a bigger problem.
After Brexit happens next year, you will most likely have to apply to travel to the EU as well as be forced to pay a fee for the privilege.
The Scottish Conservatives do have links to Cambridge Analytica despite what their leader might want you to you believe.
David Mundell thinks the UK taking the Scottish Government to the Supreme Court for trying to defend devolution is ‘just a process thing’.
The Institute for Government has identified 8 serious challenges that put in jeopardy the devolution settlements in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A group of London academics have written an open letter criticising media coverage of, and defending Corbyn against, antisemitism allegations.
Boris told us that the Salisbury nerve agent was from Russia because Porton Down told him so. Today Porton Down said they don’t know where it came from.