The highly-anticipated publication of 'Scotland: A New Case for Optimism' outlines the new economic case for independence but, asks Coree Brown-Swan, it remains to be seen whether this will pro
Now is the perfect time to think about maximising the benefits of Scottish devolution.
Guest blog by Dr. Alistair Clark, Senior Lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University.
James Mitchell looks forward to the SNP Conference which is likely to be remembered most for its timing: the postponement of the Prime Minister’s decision to invoke Article 50 formally starting
The EU referendum result has fundamentally reshaped the Scottish independence debate, and the new draft referendum bill is a both political and practical step by the Scottish Government, writes
The public could be excused for being unaware that the SNP is currently electing a new depute leader. James Mitchell looks at the candidates.
Paul Cairney looks at what the Scottish election result means for the future of the union.
James Mitchell discusses how at first sight, the Tories look to be stronger after the 2016 election than the SNP after 2003.
On the face of it, the results of the Scottish Parliament elections on May 5th 2016 do not look promising for gender equality.