Evening, all. The general election campaign proper began with the obligatory pint pulling, “fresh analysis”, and a Tim Farron altercation in the street.
It was meant to describe the new President-elect of America but it feels particularly appropriate for Brexit Britain.
Ruth Davidson's refusal to oppose the so-called rape clause is "utterly shameful", Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Theresa May was forced to laugh off calls to quit as Prime Minister after Jeremy Corbyn and one of David Cameron’s former advisers called for her to go over cuts in police numbers while she was Home Secretary.
The amount of oil that can be taken from the North Sea is less than half the estimates cited by the SNP ahead of the 2014 independence referendum, according to a leading expert.
Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon will hold crunch talks today in their first meeting since trading verbal blows over a second independence referendum.
The Scottish Conservatives could claim up to 13 seats at next month’s general election, according to new analysis carried out by the party.
What now? That’s the big question on the mind of every politician, elected or defeated in Thursday’s general election, as the victorious travel to the House of Commons, to deal with their party’s own potential House of Cards plot.
The SNP will seek European Union membership for an independent Scotland, senior party figures have confirmed.
Natalie McGarry, the former SNP MP charged with a string of alleged financial crimes, will not stand for re-election, The Courier can reveal.