Nicola Sturgeon yesterday insisted she must “reflect the views of the majority” by stopping Brexit – despite pushing ahead with controversial plans for a rerun of the independence referendum next year.
Calls for a review into the fatal accident inquiry process have been made, four years on from the tragic M9 deaths of Lamara Bell and John Yuill.
A former Scottish Conservative who worked for Mid Scotland and Fife MSP Liz Smith has been charged for allegedly stalking a politician.
A new Bill which would see suspected domestic abusers removed from their homes, rather than victims, is set to be put before the Scottish Parliament.
As any good drum teacher will tell you, timing is everything.
A new report from a leading drug addiction recovery group has called on the Scottish Government to create a "recovery minister" position.
Exclusive – Campaign group established by late leading Liberal Democrat swaps support to SNP in Fife
A campaign group set-up by late Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown has dropped its support for his party in the country's narrowest marginal seat.
A clear lack of leadership from Scotland's education bodies is to blame for a narrowing of subject choice in the country's schools, a Holyrood committee has uncovered.
The Scottish Government has dropped the "controversial" Named Persons scheme following recommendation from an expert panel.
Dundee MP Chris Law was "spied on" by covert Spanish agents during a visit to Catalonia, the House of Commons has heard.