In all the political drama of the past 48 hours, in Strasbourg and in London, the sideshow of the SNP’s Westminster rump has not merited much attention.
Of all the frontline royals, Prince Harry seemed to have navigated the family’s often perilous relationship with the press most successfully.
The people I know who marched through London on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Brexit all had a good day out.
This election campaign is turning out to be a long one for the Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson.
In handing the education portfolio to John Swinney, by all accounts one of the most able SNP politicians, it seemed Nicola Sturgeon was committed to making schools a priority.
In an ideal world, there would be no more talk of nationalism, nationalist movements and other divisive, xenophobic, introspective crusades.
JENNY HJUL: Would-be speaker Pete Wishart’s judgment on Scottish indepedence must be worth something
When Pete Wishart announced last week that he was hankering after the speaker’s job, if John Bercow ever quits, he was mocked and mostly by his own side.
The deadlock over Brexit has exposed the deep divisions in the main parties, which reflect the deep divisions in the country.
On a recent trip to Sutherland I was struck (not literally, thank goodness) by two things – motorbikes and motorhomes.
One thing the many contenders for the Tory leadership contest had in common was a determination to rule out a second independence referendum in Scotland.