Stephen Flynn elected SNP Westminster leader
The Aberdeen South MP will face Rishi Sunak at Prime Minster’s Questions on Wednesday.
Unionists should have ‘courage of their convictions’ on Indyref2 – Greens chief
The Greens co-leader said the UK Government should set out a route to a legal referendum on independence.
Ian Blackford quits as SNP Westminster leader
Time for ‘fresh leadership’, says Commons chief after five years in charge
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Sturgeon told ‘shame on you’ by heckler over gender reform plans
The Scottish First Minister was speaking at an event on violence against women and girls when she was interrupted.
How the UK’s only feminist party came out in favour of gender self-ID
After years of internal divisions over the trans rights debate, the Women’s Equality Party has taken a clear position.
General election not a ‘simple constitutional question’ – Starmer
The Labour leader said he rejected attempts to ‘re-frame’ the election.
Conservatives seek clarity on Holyrood's £20m for indyref
MSP says the money should not be spent on a vote the Scottish government does not have the power to hold.
Nicola Sturgeon should have known about the 'urgency' of Ferguson Marine situation, claims Jim McColl
Nicola Sturgeon should have been aware of the impending “crisis” around the construction of two ferries five-and-a-half years ago, the former owner of Ferguson Marine shipyard has claimed.
Dear PM, if Scots want closer links with Europe, why not? Let’s have a Scottish protocol | Simon Jenkins
Rishi Sunak has gloated at the supreme court’s rebuff to Nicola Sturgeon. He’d be better off fashioning a proper devolution deal, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
Indyref march through Glasgow after Sturgeon's 'not going away' vow
Independence supporters marched through Glasgow after the first minister said the movement had been "galvanised".
What's next after Scotland lost its case for a new independence vote?
Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish National Party faces three options after being prevented from legally holding a new independence referendum. #UncoveringEurope
Alba Party to hold independence conference next week
The event will take place on December 10 in Perth.
‘The Supreme Court’s Scottish Referendum Ruling Shows the UK is a Prison of Nations’ – Byline Times
The Union is not based on consent – European leaders must now make it clear Scotland will be welcomed as the only country to be taken out of the EU against its will, writes Anthony Barnett
Sturgeon goes for broke in wake of court defeat
Nicola Sturgeon will stake her political career on winning more than half of Scotland’s votes at the next general election on the single issue of independence.I
Half of Scots would vote SNP for independence at next general election – poll
The snap poll was carried out after the UK Supreme Court said the Scottish Parliament does not have the power to legislate for another indyref.
‘We will find another lawful way to express will of Scots,’ says Nicola Sturgeon
Scotland’s first minister sees general election as independence referendum after UK supreme court judgment on second poll
The Times view on Sturgeon’s Scottish independence bid: Desperate and Distracted
JEFF J MITCHELL/GETTY IMAGESThe Scottish first minister has argued that she will use the next general election as a de facto referendum The unanimous ruling by
What Now for Scottish Independence? – Byline Times
Barrister Gareth Roberts sets out the options available to Nicola Sturgeon following the UK Supreme Court's decision that she cannot hold a second independence referendum without Westminster's approval
FMQs: 'There will not be a two-tier health service' says Nicola Sturgeon as NHS row dominates
Questions over the NHS and a two tier row dominated First Minister’s Questions as both the Scottish Conservatives and Scottish Labour quizzed Nicola Sturgeon over a report which showed NHS leaders had held "secret talks about privatising parts of the NH
Nicola Sturgeon: No ‘good gloss’ to be put on Chancellor’s autumn statement
The First Minister said the Tories had started with a ‘massive black hole’ caused by their own incompetence.
Health Secretary hints at more money for the NHS in autumn statement
NHS England has warned it is facing a £7bn hole in its finances next year.
Beware the myths on climate change - the privileged West is at fault
Is overpopulation the biggest culprit? Metro readers aren't so sure.
Sturgeon condemns ‘sickening’ destruction of Remembrance wreaths
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has hit out at those behind the attack at Edinburgh’s Stone of Remembrance.
'Window of opportunity' to solve Northern Irish protocol, says Irish PM
Michael Martin says relations between the UK and EU have 'improved very significantly' and there is a chance for a deal over the post-Brexit trade arrangements.