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Every utterance from this quasi-English nationalist cabinet seems designed to display its political disregard for Scotland.
The toxicity around the Scottish government’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill could threaten support for the independence cause.
Labour’s share of the vote went up in Airdrie and Shotts, but not enough for them to win the seat.
The staggering ineptitude of those who run the Scottish education system has left teachers and pupils in a nightmarish situation.
Constitutional deadlock has become a familiar state for Scotland, perhaps even the nation’s “settled will”.
I make no political point when I say Glasgow feels as distinct from an English city as, for instance, Dublin.
Rather than seeking to thwart the Scottish government in the courts, Westminster should invite it to contest an open debate.
The First Minister faces two obstacles to a fresh vote: Boris Johnson and the Scottish people’s own caution.
The Scottish First Minister’s internal and external enemies will be emboldened if she falls short of outright victory.
Nicola Sturgeon speaks on the fourth and final episode of the New Statesman podcast's Scottish Election specials.
The attempt by Alex Salmond’s Alba Party to “game the system” has prompted new calls for electoral reform. But is there appetite for change at Holyrood?