The Liberal Democrats started this election campaign with high hopes and optimism.
The SNP has scored the first wins of the General Election in Scotland – with Nicola Sturgeon’s party taking seats from both the Tories and Labour.
The Prime Minister and former prime minister of Spain will be called to give evidence at the hearing for an academic facing extradition to Spain, a court has heard.
In the five years she has been SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon has already led her party through two UK elections, as well as one Holyrood ballot.
Some of the key marginals in this week’s General Election will be fought out in Scotland, with North East Fife held by the SNP on a majority of just two votes in the last ballot.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry has said she will focus her energies on defending “Scottish democracy from Boris Johnson” in the pursuit of a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon’s message this election campaign has been simple – for her the December 12 vote is a chance to stop Brexit and “put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands”.
CLIMATE CHANGE: Young Scottish geographers call on world to unite towards an ‘inclusive and sustainable’ future
Michael Alexander speaks to young Scottish geographers who, through the Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society, are challenging the world to work together towards an ‘inclusive and sustainable’ future.
Boris Johnson may have clinched the Tory majority he wished for, but results in Scotland and Northern Ireland bring the future of the Union back into focus.
Some of Tayside and Fife’s best-known faces are spreading the festive spirit while raising vital charity funds.