Theresa May's handling of Brexit has proved "beyond doubt" that independence is the only way to safeguard Scotland's future, Michael Russell has claimed.
Scottish independence referendum
Nicola Sturgeon has said she must wait to find out what unfolds at Westminster over the “next few weeks” before considering the timing of a second independence referendum.
A majority of Scots would back independence if a second referendum was held after Brexit, according to a new poll.
A new poll has found a rise in support for the SNP and predicted the party would win back many of the seats it lost at last year’s UK general election.
A new poll has found that support for Scottish independence has risen above the 2014 level – but most people do not want another vote this year.
A new blueprint has been unveiled to overhaul the way referendums are organised and funded in the UK.
A new vision for Scottish independence was branded “austerity on stilts” last night amid claims it would lead to almost £30 billion of cuts in a decade.
Independence could boost the Scottish economy by the equivalent of £4,100 per person if it follows the example of other successful small nations, a new study will conclude.
Nicola Sturgeon has said that a key report on Scottish independence will be “frank about the challenges” and not “sugar-coated”.
The Scottish Government was accused of “actively disowning” the North Sea industry last night after it emerged that its oil and gas analytical bulletin had been officially dumped.
The SNP has been warned to take the threat of another independence referendum off the table "for the sake of financial stability".
The SNP's energy spokesman has admitted that the Scottish Government will never see the "huge income" from oil revenues that were predicted as the cornerstone of an independent Scotland's economy.
A Press and Journal poll has found overwhelming opposition to another independence referendum across the north and north-east.
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.
North-east MSP Richard Baker has announced he will quit Holyrood next year after losing his bid to become Scottish Labour’s deputy leader.
Donald Trump has expressed incredulity that the UK Government left the door open for a second vote on Scottish independence after failing to agree last year's referendum would not be repeated.
Alex Salmond and other senior SNP figures want independence "at any cost", Conservative minister David Mundell claimed last night.
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.
The head of a leading business group will today warn the UK Government against rushing into "devolution by deadline".
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.
Alex Salmond is poised to announce that he will fight the Gordon seat at the general election in May. The former first minister is expected to confirm his candidacy for the north-east constituency tomorrow. The seat, which includes parts of Aberdeen such as Bridge of Don, as well as Ellon and Inverurie, is currently held by Liberal Democrat Sir Malcolm Bruce, who is retiring. Mr Salmond was previously MP for Banff and Buchan.
Labour and Liberal Democrat peers have attacked the Tories' bid for English-only votes at Westminster as a "knee-jerk" and "separatist" plan.
Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted that cross-party devolution talks will "find a way forward" as he pledged to stand by his referendum vow to Scotland.
Outgoing First Minister Alex Salmond has been compared to a Japanese soldier who believed World War II was still happening years after peace was declared.
Around 100,000 people in the north and north-east are being sent letters warning them they could face £80 fines if they do not re-register to vote.
Gordon Brown has branded Conservative devolution plans a "Trojan horse" that could lead to Scots being unable to hold the office of prime minister again.
MPs have heard claims that an "intimidating atmosphere" was created in the north-east during the independence referendum campaign.