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Chris Deerin is the New Statesman's Scotland editor.
Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP long ago supplanted Labour as the party of choice for most Scottish socialists.
The factional divide within the SNP is deep, increasingly broad, and spinning out of control.
Boris Johnson should invite Brown to chair a national effort to redesign the Union and offer Scots genuine change.
Pupils, parents and teachers have felt unsupported and ill-treated by the SNP administration.
Even Nicola Sturgeon’s supporters express doubts about the way she is managing the Scottish independence campaign.
With Scotland’s opposition parties in disarray, only a brave pundit would bet on the Union’s survival.
Beyond recklessness with civil liberties and aggressively protecting its own privacy, what exactly is the party’s philosophy of the state?
The former PM and the new Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross are changing the terms of a stale independence debate.
The Prime Minister needs to change his character if he is to reverse his dramatic unpopularity in Scotland, warns Ross.
An independent Scotland would face immense challenges whether or not it retained the pound.