Labour grandee Tam Dalyell has said those in the party warming to Scottish independence on the back of the Brexit vote are “living in fairyland”.
The man challenging Jeremy Corbyn has gone against Scottish Labour policy to say he would not oppose a second referendum on Scottish independence.
A senior SNP politician has demanded a crackdown on party members who use anonymous profiles to abuse others on social media.
John Swinney knocked back calls to ditch the controversial Named Person scheme as he revealed a further delay to its roll-out.
Dozens of senior politicians and academics in Scotland have demanded Brexit is called off.
Kezia Dugdale should row back on her opposition to independence and seize control of the debate by calling for a “radical alternative” to the constitutional status quo, say a former Labour first minister.
A third senior figure on the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has resigned after the chairman ruled his new jobs risked a conflict of interest.
Angus is in danger of being swallowed up by Dundee under an SNP Government obsessed with centralisation, says Ruth Davidson.
Judges are so ingrained in the pro-EU elite in British society that it is difficult to trust them, Nigel Farage has claimed.
Motorists have each saved thousands of pounds since The Courier’s victorious campaign to scrap bridge tolls.