Chris Deerin is the New Statesman's contributing editor (Scotland).
Eleven years after first taking power in Scotland, the party continues to easily trump Labour and Tories.
The Scottish Tory leader is too young, too talented, and too ambitious to sit on Holyrood’s opposition benches for much longer.
Andrew Wilson’s economic plan is a step towards piecing Scotland back together.
The Scottish people don’t want another independence referendum - and an abstract legal battle is unlikely to change that.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives dominates her party. But in her temporary absence, will more talent emerge?
The local elections are a reminder that our politics are at a depressingly low ebb.
The Scottish Conservative leader is living by that powerful dictum: be the change you wish to see in the world.
The Scottish First Minister needs to do whatever it takes to cover the bills: that means embracing life as a jetsetting saleswoman.
One SNP MP predicted another referendum “in the next two years”.
The statistics do not lie: 10 years of SNP government hasn’t brought much economic dynamism.