Astonishingly, we go to the polls next week for a parliament we should have left two months ago.
Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion (ER) have their critics, but the evidence is clearly on their side. The broadcast media collectively reported the ER protests as “middle-class people disrupt traffic shock” – a lazy cop-out from the real story.
Would you rebuild Edinburgh Castle if it burnt down, or King’s College in Aberdeen, or the new V&A?
What about us?
ALEX BELL: Indicative votes…just another chance to see the entrails of British democracy dragged along the street
It ended as it began, all about the Tory Party.
Roads are political in Scotland. Whether it is Johnson telling us the only good road is the one to England, or General Wade building roads to supply garrisons to suppress us, the road is a symbol of our status.
Last night Britain fell through the floor.
Remember the Cambridge spies?
And so it begins, the unravelling of the British political system, just as Britain breaks ties with Europe, and quite possibly unravels altogether.
ALEX BELL: A post-Brexit Scotland must act quickly to maximise benefit of not being under EU governance rules
The Scottish Government is going to need more than an emergency budget come Brexit.