Against the backdrop of the Brexit disaster, Derek Mackay stood before MSPs to deliver his Budget.
PAUL MALIK: Nicola Sturgeon is at her best when advocating independence to a room of like-minded people
With Monday’s Andrew Neil interview a distant nightmare, Nicola Sturgeon got back to what she does best yesterday – advocating for independence to a room full of like-minded people.
It's finally here. Just five days after it was leaked to the country via the Press, Labour's manifesto will be officially unveiled.
Politics is shades of grey, or at least it used to be.
Shona Robison was in a television studio over the weekend insisting she is the person to cure the health service of its ills.
Something curious happens to scripts belonging to SNP and Conservative politicians when they cross the border between Scotland and England.
At one level, the economic case for independence is rather straightforward.
Almost exactly five months ago, Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs that David Davis had set up a hotline to allow communication between the UK and Scottish governments.
A Borrower is quiet, conscientious, and inconspicuous. We don’t steal, we borrow.
Nick Hornby may seem like an odd person to reference in a column about a Scotland’s constitutional future but bear with me, I promise it will make sense.