Watching this year’s Labour Party conference, one could be forgiven for thinking Britain had been teleported back to the ’70s, and the Blair years never happened.
Theresa May shed tears when she was forced by her party to resign, but as she stands down as Tory leader on Friday, she will have plenty to cheer her up.
JENNY HJUL: Holyrood and Westminster must bury hostilities to tackle Scotland’s disgraceful drug problem
There is one thing that the UK and Scottish governments can finally agree on – the drugs crisis north of the border is a public health emergency that requires urgent action.
JENNY HJUL: Would-be speaker Pete Wishart’s judgment on Scottish indepedence must be worth something
When Pete Wishart announced last week that he was hankering after the speaker’s job, if John Bercow ever quits, he was mocked and mostly by his own side.
On a recent trip to Sutherland I was struck (not literally, thank goodness) by two things – motorbikes and motorhomes.
Who would argue against slowing down traffic around schools or in the narrow streets of small towns and villages?
JENNY HJUL: Thankfully Boris Johnson behaved with greater humility than fist-pumping Nicola Sturgeon
Imagine if it had been Boris Johnson, not Nicola Sturgeon, fist pumping gleefully over the defeat of a big scalp opponent on election night.
This election campaign is turning out to be a long one for the Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson.
The contest to be the next deputy leader of the SNP may be in its early days, with the result not due to be announced until the party’s conference in June, but already it is turning out to be more interesting than it looks on paper.
Holiday travel is rarely uneventful, particularly if flights are involved, but this year we thought we’d cracked it, with a strategy to circumvent the most likely mishaps.