Tell us how you would vote in a second Scottish independence referendum in week nine of our rolling poll.
Things move fast in politics and when you throw in a surprise General Election, a local government election, Brexit negotiations and the row over indyref2, it can be hard to keep track.
Voters are now split on Scottish independence after the number of people backing separation plummeted in recent weeks, according to an exclusive Press and Journal poll.
Tell us how you would vote in a second Scottish independence referendum in week eight of our rolling poll.
Theresa May has pledged to reject a second independence referendum until after the UK has left the European Union.
Tell us how you would vote in a second Scottish independence referendum in week five of our rolling poll.
Tell us how you would vote in a second Scottish independence referendum in week four of our rolling poll.
A leading expert has argued Scottish voters will still face "substantial uncertainty" about the implications of Brexit if a second independence referendum is held in spring 2019.
Labour is prepared to fight to keep Scotland in the UK for a second time, with leader Jeremy Corbyn saying it is “absolutely fine” for another vote to be held.
A new poll has revealed that independence still hangs in the balance, even in the event of a Tory-led hard Brexit.
In the two years that have passed since Scotland's historic referendum on independence, much has happened in our country - two elections, two prime ministers, an EU referendum and, of course, Brexit.
Montreal was once Canada's most vibrant city.
An SNP MP has admitted that Scottish independence would lead to economic "pain" for five years.
A senior Tory MP has warned that the renewal of Trident could lend succour to the SNP and "prove instrumental in the Union's undoing".
Senior Tory Chris Grayling has predicted Labour is in danger of not winning a single constituency seat in the Holyrood election.
An Aberdeen University professor and former adviser to the president of the European Commission has warned both science and the British economy would suffer if the UK voted to leave the EU.
The Treasury mandarin who became embroiled in a row over advice he published in the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum has announced he will step down.
A Press and Journal poll has found overwhelming opposition to another independence referendum across the north and north-east.
Earlier today First Minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted that ruling out another vote on independence indefinitely would be “wrong”.
Kenny Anderson, managing director of Aberdeen-based Anderson Construction and a member of the pro-independence group Business for Scotland.
Ian Lakin, former chairman of the pro-UK Better Together campaign in Aberdeenshire.
Twelve months on from the independence referendum, Scotland's streets are looking a little different.
MP for Gordon and former first minister Alex Salmond says it is “now beyond argument that the Tories have reneged on the vow they made to Scotland.” In this latest video he lists reasons why the time scale on a second referendum on independence is shorter than he previously thought possible.
Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has accused the SNP of using Europe as a divisive wedge as it strives to find "any excuse" for a second independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has said that "no politician has the right to stand in the way" of another independence referendum.
Aberdeen City Council has officially welcomed a decision by the standards watchdog to clear seven senior figures over a decision to send out pro-UK letters during the independence referendum.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed that the SNP is now the main opposition to the Conservatives at Westminster while Labour embarks on a rebuilding process.
Tony Blair highlighted the SNP surge yesterday as he warned that an EU referendum could similarly let the "genie out of the bottle".
A group of peers has expressed "astonishment" at the way new powers are being delivered to the Scottish Parliament.
A group of MPs has claimed that a package of new powers for Holyrood will fulfil the "vow" made to Scots before the referendum.
An anti-monarchy group has called for the Queen to be censured over claims she intervened in the Scottish referendum while on a visit to the north-east.
A UK Government minister insisted last night that MPs for Scottish seats could still become prime minister or chancellor in the wake of the new devolution deal.