David Cameron’s admission he sought the Queen’s involvement in the Scottish independence referendum has raised questions about the legitimacy of the nation’s constitutional monarchy, an expert has said.
To mark five years since the Scottish independence referendum this week, we are taking a look at how we reported the crucial vote.
Jo Swinson has been accused of “hypocrisy” after declaring a Lib Dem government would cancel Brexit without a second referendum while at the same time insisting the SNP could not declare Scottish independence if the party wins a Holyrood majority.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has ruled out making deals with the SNP over a second independence referendum in exchange for supporting a Labour government.
The SNP is best understood as the IRP – the Independence Referendum Party. It exists to create the ideal circumstances for a vote on Indy.
Actor Alan Cumming has said he hopes Brexit will expedite Scottish independence.
Organisers of a pro-independence march that attracted thousands of people to Aberdeen say it was a clear indicator of the north-east’s “desire” to split from the union.
Jeremy Corbyn has said it is not up to the UK Parliament to block a second Scottish independence referendum.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has spoken out against a second Scottish independence referendum, after shadow chancellor John McDonnell said a future Labour government would not block another vote.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Labour is the “stumbling block” to forming a progressive alliance to halt the Conservatives.
The shadow chancellor agrees there is “no economic case” for Scottish independence, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
The shadow chancellor has said Labour would not block a second Scottish independence referendum after Nicola Sturgeon hinted at forming a pact to keep the Conservatives out of government.
A future Labour government would not block a second Scottish independence referendum, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
A new poll has found a majority of Scots are now in favour of independence, which Scotland’s First Minister has described as “phenomenal”.
The organisers of an independence march through Aberdeen have vowed that it will go ahead even without permission from the council.
Four in 10 Labour Party members back Scottish independence, but a narrow majority still oppose it, according to a new poll.
Boris Johnson will be the last prime minister of the UK unless there are moves to protect the union which is “hanging by a thread”, Gordon Brown has warned.
Scotland could face its toughest challenge in years over the next six months, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
The Brexit impassse has made some Remain voters in Scotland turn in favour of Scottish independence, according to an elections expert.
Liberal Democrat leadership contender Jo Swinson has said she would not rule out a future deal with the Conservatives or Labour.
Scottish independence activists and council bosses will hold talks this week about plans to bring a massive march to the Granite City.
Actor Angus Macfadyen has said he hopes his new film Robert the Bruce will boost support for Scottish independence.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Remainers to vote for the SNP in next week's EU elections even if they are against Scottish independence.
As the dust settles on Nicola Sturgeon’s speech to the party faithful, it is difficult to escape the impression that last weekend's SNP conference was a little low key.
The Western Isles was awash with a “sea of flags” over the weekend when more than 750 people marched in support of independence.
By the time Brexit is supposed to happen we will be approaching the 230th anniversary of the French revolution, which also shook Europe to the core - and caused mayhem for decades.
Hundreds gathered in the centre of Aberdeen yesterday to show their support for a second independence referendum.
RAF Lossiemouth could be used as a key bargaining tool to secure Nato membership for an independent Scotland, it has been claimed.
Whisky producers should face extra taxes in an independent Scotland in order to boost the public purse, a leading economist has said.
An economist has branded a section of the SNP’s Growth Commission report on the nation’s future as “unbelievably superficial and misleading”.
Tax breaks could be included in a “Come to Scotland” package that would be designed to entice a new wave of skilled migrant workers after independence.
Fears have been raised over plans for thousands of Scottish independence supporters scaling the UK’s highest mountain.