Being the target of cybernat attacks is par for the course for any Unionist who dares to defend Great Britain too conspicuously.
Nicola Sturgeon is right to say there has been “a palpable change in political debate” since her party’s Growth Commission report was published over a week ago.
Anyone who didn’t think Boris Johnson would quickly become a liability in Downing Street must now be wondering how they could have been so naïve.
There may be a few days left of 2018, but I think it’s safe to say the big triumph this year is that we’ve got through it without an election.
Campaign literature from all the main parties dropped through the letterbox on Monday. Some of it makes fascinating reading.
Monday’s Budget gave Scotland’s government little to go on in terms of blaming Westminster for its own shortcomings.
If anyone was in any doubt about Nicola Sturgeon’s true intentions regarding her Brexit strategy, all was revealed on Monday morning during a deeply troubling radio interview.
Michael Gove said he wants state schools to become so good that educating a child privately will become an “eccentric” choice.
JENNY HJUL: Nationalism is driving discord, and political debate replaced with hate-fuelled partisanship
When British politics wasn’t dominated by its lunatic fringes, as it is now, sturdy stalwarts of the mainstream, like Gordon Brown, were rarely accorded due respect.
With Brexit negotiations on a knife edge it seems irrelevant to bring up the subject of Scottish independence – again. But the link between leaving Europe and leaving the UK is made ad nauseam by the nationalists, so link them we must.