Former first minister Alex Salmond has insisted he holds no brief from the Kremlin on his RT show, branding the Salisbury nerve agent attack a “heinous crime”.
The Beast from the East yesterday caused problems for a former leader of the country.
Other than my mum and dad, there are only two people who have ever called me “son”.
Nicola Sturgeon would not have announced plans for a second independence referendum had she foreseen a snap general election, Alex Salmond has said.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended her predecessor Alex Salmond after he was criticised for telling a “sexist” joke at his Edinburgh Fringe show.
Alex Salmond talks with his hands which is perhaps not surprising for a politician of 30 years.
The date of the by-election for the Aberdeenshire council seat vacated by Colin Clark MP has been announced.
Alex Salmond is to be ‘unleashed’ at the Edinburgh Fringe after announcing a two-week show at the festival.
Speaking in his exclusive Press and Journal video blog, former First Minister Alex Salmond gives his thoughts on the £1billion Tory-DUP deal at Westminster and whether it can last.
Gordon MP to step down as Aberdeenshire councillor after defeating Alex Salmond in Westminster election
A by-election will be held in Aberdeenshire after an MP officially stepped down as a councillor.
When a 20-something-year-old Jamie Stone told his father of his aspiration to be an MP one day, the remark was met with a "very quizzical raised eyebrow".
We're now just nine days away from the first competitive football of the new season.
Alex Salmond has claimed the UK could struggle to secure a good Brexit deal because EU negotiators will believe they have the upper hand on Theresa May's "weak and wobbly" government.
Ousted north-east MP Stuart Donaldson today vowed to return to politics in the future, declaring: "It's in my blood".
Speaking in his exclusive Press and Journal video blog, Alex Salmond says the Prime Minister’s lost authority will make it difficult for her to negotiate a good Brexit deal.
The new Scottish Conservative MPs have called on Nicola Sturgeon to "end her denial" and "face up to the reality" Scotland does not want another independence referendum.
A north-east MSP has called for a period of "reflection and understanding" in the ranks of the SNP to understand why voters deserted them.
The man who toppled the "Gordon giant" today laid responsibility for the SNP's general election slump at Alex Salmond's door - blaming him for Nicola Sturgeon's rush to a second independence referendum.
Moray's newly elected MP believes complacency at the polls has come back to haunt the SNP.
The SNP suffered a massive loss in the north-east corner of Scotland while Liberal Democrat Jamie Stone ended the party's chance for a hat-trick in the Highlands.
2017 has been a very good year for Conservative candidate Colin Clark so far.
A local councillor has toppled political giant and figurehead of Scottish nationalism Alex Salmond in a "David and Goliath" fairytale.
The SNP experienced a heavy defeat today as the Conservatives almost swept the board in the north-east.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has lost his seat to the Conservatives.
A multimillion-pound tourist lodge was among properties affected by serious flooding across Aberdeenshire yesterday.
Even politicians could not escape the grasp of the flooding.
The father of former First Minister Alex Salmond, Robert Salmond, has died aged 96 at Erskine Home for ex-servicemen.
A former NFU Scotland president has written to farmers and crofters in the Highlands and islands urging them to vote for the Liberal Democrats in the general election on Thursday.
A war of words has broken out over Aberdeenshire Council's recently-announced schools review.
A former Liberal Democrat provost has called on unionist voters to back the Tory candidate in Gordon in an effort to unseat Alex Salmond.
The Press and Journal can reveal north-east businessman Stewart Spence is backing Conservative Ross Thomson for Aberdeen South in the general election.
Politics Daily Briefing: Tories blast “Orwellian” SNP, Corbyn launches Labour manifesto, Sturgeon writes for The P&J
In a day when the SNP celebrate a decade of power in Scottish politics, Jeremy Corbyn could be forgiven for looking on with envy.