The Mayor of Manchester has said Nicola Sturgeon treats the north of England with "contempt" after the Scottish government announced a travel ban to Manchester over rising coronavirus cases.
The Scottish Parliament will consider a new bill to legalise assisted dying, after a campaign spearheaded by Orkney MSP Liam McArthur.
A major development to shift the economy away from reliance on oil and gas will receive £26 million by the Scottish Government, we can reveal.
New evidence suggests Scottish independence campaigners should focus on energising their own support rather than trying to convince No voters to switch to Yes.
As football fever grips the nation during the Euro2020 tournament, you might be forgiven for overlooking some of the big politics stories that are rumbling along in the background. From a trade deal with Australia that's causing concern, to worries about NHS services, missed climate change targets and infighting about how the SNP is handling its finances, our politics team has got it covered.
‘We couldn’t think of a better recipe for transmitting Covid’: Policing expert hits out at Euro 2020 arrangements
A leading expert on policing crowds has hit out at a lack of arrangements for the thousands of Scotland fans who travelled to London for the highly-anticipated Euro 2020 clash with England.
Nicola Sturgeon led tributes for former Angus MP and MSP Andrew Welsh, who has died.
A decision to withdraw Valium prescribing which contributed to the rise in deadly "street benzo" use has been described as "one of the most lethal policy decisions of the devolution era".
‘What the Hell are they playing at?’: Paul Sweeney criticises Scottish Government for not ensuring trains are made in Scotland
Labour MSP Paul Sweeney has criticised the Scottish Government for not doing more to ensure new trains are built in Scotland, asking “what the hell are they playing at?”
Politicians of all political hues have united in a bid to save our Post Offices.
Former SNP treasurer Colin Beattie is to take on the role again following the controversial resignation of Dunfermline and West Fife MSP Douglas Chapman and a growing row over the party's finances.
Soft fruit will be left to "rot in the fields" and the North East will be hardest hit by the economic impact of Brexit, MSPs have warned.