The First Minister unveiled "Scotland's biggest ever listening exercise".
Westminster’s general indifference to what goes on in Northern Ireland is blinding it to the fact that the political process there is rapidly losing momentum.
The natural next step for Scotland's outgoing First Minister would be a return to Westminster.
New party leader says Miliband would have to "rethink" Trident renewal and austerity as she positions herself to Salmond's left.
Nicola Sturgeon is a working-class woman in a profession dominated by middle-class men. The incoming SNP leader wants to lead Scotland into a new social-democratic era
I grew up in Lewes. I know this town. The Bonfire Parade has always been exactly this problematic. The surprising thing is that people are only just noticing.
A closer look at the controversial financial and cultural legacy of the Barnett Formula, following its creator's death this week.
Branch office politics.
The shadow international development secretary has resigned from Ed Miliband's frontbench to focus on his campaign for the Scottish Labour leadership.
Jonathan Carr-West of the Local Government Information Unit reviews Respublica's recent report.
"I will fight with you with every fibre of my being over these months to show how we can change Scotland," says the Labour leader.
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