The difficult truth for the Conservatives is that their best candidate is in a shed in Witney somewhere.
I’m yet to hear a plausible account of how the Scottish Tory leader could leave Holyrood in time for the next leadership election.
It doesn't really matter that much what your constitution, written or unwritten, actually says.
As the First Minister shelves plans for a second vote, does she join the list of politicians who bet on an anti-Brexit dividend that failed to materialise?
The Conservatives have romped home in the local elections. What does it all mean?
Scottish Labour's former leader's great mistake was to run away from Labour's Scottish referendum, not on it.
In her timing of the election, Theresa May is taking a leaf out of Margaret Thatcher's book.
The Prime Minister's shock decision to seek an early election has many consequences.
The 2017 electoral map is tricky for Britain's major opposition, even at the best of times.
Theresa May's decision may age as badly as her decision not to go for an early election.
The Unionist side knows it doesn't want a referendum. But it lacks a stronger message.