In all the political drama of the past 48 hours, in Strasbourg and in London, the sideshow of the SNP’s Westminster rump has not merited much attention.
A poll has suggested that only a small number of Scottish Labour voters know who their party leader is.
VIDEO: ‘People’s Vote’ protesters play bagpipes and sing in Dundee city centre to pile pressure on Labour Party
Campaigners have gathered in Dundee city centre to pile pressure on the Labour Party to be more "definite" in their backing of a second Brexit referendum.
Madam, – We are writing in response to a story which we were disappointed to see in The Courier “Women’s Campaign group calls for ‘Urgent’ investigation into gender neutral toilets in Tayside schools”, February 12.
Madam, – I note your letters page has continued on the theme of “let’s bash the Scottish Greens for being influential”, this time around the prospect of workplace parking levies.
ALEX BELL: A post-Brexit Scotland must act quickly to maximise benefit of not being under EU governance rules
The Scottish Government is going to need more than an emergency budget come Brexit.
Q&A: ‘UK may have tilted to slightly more pro-Remain than pro-Leave’ – Sir John Curtice talks Brexit divide on Dundee visit
Sir John Curtice, one of the UK's top political forecasters, shared his views on the UK's impending exit from the European Union, the "polarised" state of the nation and the case for Scottish independence during a visit to Dundee.
WATCH: ‘Why couldn’t McGill get just £2 million to save 450 jobs?’ – Tense exchanges in Holyrood as Jenny Marra and Jamie Hepburn clash on firm’s demise
There were tense exchanges in the Scottish Parliament as MSPs grilled Scottish business minister Jamie Hepburn on the demise of a Dundee construction firm.
JENNY HJUL: Progress Scotland…What will Angus Robertson do if he discovers majority of Scots don’t want independence?
When Angus Robertson lost his Moray seat in the 2017 general election, he joined a queue of big SNP beasts heading out of frontline politics.
Madam, – The catastrophic handling of Brexit highlights to what extent our political process is now mired in the mud.