The Scottish Labour leader has lamented his party’s “devastating” election results, putting the defeat down to constitutional issues rather than shifting blame to Jeremy Corbyn.
Trapped behind a glass wall: Victims’ fight to be heard in Scotland’s courts is told in stunning artwork
It is a striking work of art, an intricate design of colour and glass.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said she conducted “due diligence” before taking on a paid job with a lobbying firm.
A decision on whether to recall the Scottish Parliament has been deferred after Boris Johnson was forced to put his plans to leave the EU on October 31 on hold.
The Scottish Parliament could be recalled from recess early to debate giving consent for a new Brexit deal.
Ruth Davidson has said she is “hugely interested” in taking on aid and development work once she leaves politics in Scotland.
Tony Blair has warned that fighting a general election on the issue of Brexit is a “vast elephant trap” that could allow Boris Johnson to claim a mandate for leaving without a deal.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has appeared to suggest his party would only help Labour form a government in return for support for a Scottish independence referendum.
Scotland has become the first country in the UK to ban parents and carers from smacking children.
Smacking children could be made illegal in Scotland today if MSPs vote to change the law to ban their physical punishment.
A UK Government Minister for Brexit has been called “extremely disrespectful” after cancelling an appearance before a Scottish Parliament committee “at the last minute”.