Chris Deerin is the New Statesman's contributing editor (Scotland).
“The fact that we do not agree on Scotland’s ultimate destination should not stop us travelling together as far as we can.”
The Scottish Conservative leader is genuinely confident she can pull off one of the great shocks of modern British politics.
The SNP’s former Westminster leader Angus Robertson is learning from the Yes campaign’s mistakes in 2014.
Faced with political chaos at Westminster, Scottish voters may resolve to take back control.
At its spring conference, the party is irretrievably divided over Brexit, anti-Semitism and dismal poll ratings.
The release of my band's debut album at the age of 45 has taken me away from one of Scotland's few think tanks and into any number of weird worlds.
The new restrictions planned by the Conservatives on EU migration would be disastrous for the Scottish economy.
Beyond the matter of national independence, Scottish politics is far less ideologically polarised.
In the post-referendum age, the party shows little sign of breaking out of third place.
The biggest empowerment of councils since devolution shows Holyrood is accepting it doesn’t always know best.