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The SNP leader’s willingness to discuss supporting a minority Corbyn administration could help reinforce the Conservative message on both sides of the border.
The party must conduct a serious and honest conversation about the Curriculum for Excellence and its unintended consequences.
The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.
It suits the SNP to be seen as being in a two-horse race with the Conservatives.
While the Liberal Democrats, Greens, Plaid Cymru and Independent Conservatives might work together in England and Wales, it’s a different story north of the border.
The Conservative's resignation over groping allegations is to the SNP's advantage. But victory cannot be taken for granted.
The contest north of the border could determine whether Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister and whether the country moves closer to independence.
Far from swallowing it up in apathy, the Japanese have thrown open their arms and welcomed the World Cup into their midst.
Nicola Sturgeon had a good conference that points to a less fractious path to independence, but what happens with Brexit could still upset her plans.
Senior SNP figures are struggling to deal with questions over what EU membership for an independent Scotland would mean.
The deputy First Minister implied that "Plan B" on independence is similar to the strategies of Trump and Johnson