The UK-Scotland Supreme Court case may prove to be the beginning of a major constitutional crisis.
Holyrood voted to protect itself from changes it never consented to and uphold Donald Dewar’s vision that ‘there shall be a Scottish Parliament’.
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.
Holyrood is discussing whether it should give consent to the EU(Withdrawal) Bill. What can we learn from the one example of consent being denied before?
A few months ago Adam Tomkins MSP wrote in the Daily Record urging the Scottish government to investigate UBI. Now he is castigating them for it.
These 111 powers should automatically default to Scotland post-Brexit. However, the UK government intends to change the law in order to grab them.
In the latest film by Phantom Power, George Reid and Alan Bissett discuss the precarious situation Scotland currently finds itself in post-Brexit vote.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, looks at the last 20 years of Scottish devolution. She asks has it made Scotland better and looks to what will happen next.
The Law Society of Scotland confirms that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill will remove legislative competences from Scotland. But they point out ways to avoid this.
Not sure how they missed the publication of the Great Repeal Bill but we can assure STV that Holyrood won’t automatically get EU powers after Brexit
In this 2 minute video, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains why it is unsustainable for Holyrood to be a sticking plaster for Tory cuts.
The UK Supreme Court will soon rule on whether or not the Scottish Parliament should be consulted about the article 50 process.
You may not agree with repealing OBFA but don’t pretend that it’s all politicking. There are good reasons to ditch it and it is consensus politics in action
To win indyref2 the SNP should focus on making government in Scotland superior to government at Westminster. They have made a few errors recently.
This is the first part of a two part blog on the system used to decide who is elected to the Scottish Parliament. Here I will try to detail in as simple terms as possible how...
Although interesting, today’s smug and self aggrandising leader by Murry Foote of the Daily Record really highlights some of what is wrong with the functioning of the UK state. It tells the story of how the...