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Chris Deerin is the New Statesman's Scotland editor.
Nicola Sturgeon is right to fear that an early vote could favour the unionist side.
When was the last time a Scottish cabinet minister made a speech about the vital role the private sector plays in funding public spending and creating jobs?
The party’s new leader on his plan for political recovery, why “he’s a proud socialist” and what Nicola Sturgeon got right.
The new Scottish Labour leader has a reasonableness and decency that hides an inner steel.
The new party means the SNP can’t move on from the torrid events around the Salmond scandal.
Under new leader Anas Sarwar, Scottish Labour has cause to hope it can supplant the Tories as the official opposition.
The First Minister is unlikely to survive any failure to secure a pro-independence majority at the Scottish election.
Rather than seeking to reorder the world, the SNP aspires to carve out a Nordic-style role for Scotland.
Priti Patel, Dominic Cummings and the SNP all exemplify a dangerous lack of accountability.
The First Minister defended her handling of the allegations against Alex Salmond with suppleness and surgical precision.