Boris Johnson has said he will “keep going” after his authority was dealt a series of blows by a double by-election defeat which triggered the resignation of a Cabinet minister.
Miriam Hussain and her family never used to think about politics – and to them the Scottish Parliament was nothing more than a tourist attraction.
From healthcare shortages to transport failures, people in rural communities are often left struggling to access vital services.
Outrage over a parole hearing to be held for Dundee murderer Robbie McIntosh spilled into Holyrood as Nicola Sturgeon was forced to defend Scotland’s justice system.
Scotland’s railways ground to a halt with staff strikes planned over three days, leaving commuters in Tayside and Fife stranded and wondering who is responsible.
KEZIA DUGDALE: Mick Lynch has become a media sensation – but our lowest paid workers need the attention
Mick Lynch is a media sensation, but Britain's lowest paid workers need the attention and a pay rise, writes Kezia Dugdale.
A target to build 200 new social houses in Dundee has been missed for the seventh year running.
A financial system which locks people out of mortgages needs to be "overhauled", according to an MSP who says she's spent £148,000 in rent over the last 12 years.
Ian Blackford and the SNP must reflect upon its shambolic and irresponsible handling of the Patrick Grady sexual misconduct case, writes Kirsty Strickland.
ALISTAIR HEATHER: I’m pro-Scottish independence, not anti-English – Indyref2 fails if we mix the two up again2
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