The depute leader of the SNP has accused opposition parties of “running scared” of independence.
Ministers are to consider demands to refund Highland Council more than £2.5 million after the costs of the government’s controversial Universal Credit welfare reforms were revealed.
North-east councils have had to peel back culture and sports spending due to "drastic SNP cuts", new figures have revealed.
The UK Government spent more than £120 million on benefit and child support claimant appeal tribunals last year, sparking accusations the welfare system is “not fit for purpose”.
The SNP leader of Scotland’s largest council has been accused of promoting a “hostile environment” by a councillor who has left the party in protest.
Government defends plans to cut city centre air pollution despite study showing only one life will be saved per year
The Scottish Government has defended plans to charge motorists to drive in city centres amid claims the move is expected to save just one life a year.
The SNP has defeated Labour to win a council by-election in the capital.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to set out her thinking on a possible second independence referendum when MSPs return to Holyrood after the Easter break.
An SNP MP has said Nicola Sturgeon cannot delay a second Scottish independence vote, despite the UK winning a second extension to the Brexit process.
SNP leaders are being urged to seize the “opportunity” provided by the latest delay to Brexit by staging a second vote on Scottish independence before the UK quits the European Union.
The UK crashing out of the EU with no exit deal on Friday would be “unconscionable”, an SNP MEP said, as he revealed his party is preparing to fight next month’s European elections.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been threatened with legal action after he described the SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford as a "simple arms dealer” on social media.
Brexit risks plunging the Highland hospitality sector into "complete meltdown", an industry leader has claimed.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned Labour that they will pay a price at the ballot box in Scotland if a deal with the Tories increases the risk of a hard Brexit.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have joined together to oppose efforts to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland.
The SNP has demanded answers from the UK Agriculture Minister, claiming the UK Government has £160 million of EU payments “owed” to Scottish farmers.
Mike Russell has been accused of "game playing" after demanding a second Brexit referendum and then saying the Scottish Government would not necessarily accept the result.
Scotland’s First Minister has said the SNP will work with others to find a way forward on Brexit after Theresa May’s deal was rejected for the third time.
Theresa May's Brexit plan has been resoundingly rejected by MPs for a third time - opening up the possibility that the UK will now remain in the EU for another year.
Theresa May will today challenge MPs to back Brexit on the day the UK was originally meant to leave the EU.
A north-east MP has been criticised after pictures emerged of him smiling alongside a member of a far-right Spanish party.
Westminster is often described as the "mother of all parliaments" and this week proved to be the mother of all messes.
Jeremy Corbyn has sparked angry reactions from the SNP after posting a video claiming the SNP helped to usher in Margaret Thatcher’s Government and almost two decades of Tory rule.
Theresa May has pledged an additional £6million to compensate troops hit by "SNP tax hikes" in Scotland.
Remaining in the EU is still “firmly on the table” after MPs failed to back any of the Brexit options presented to them, the SNP’s Westminster leader has said.
An SNP MEP has called on the EU to “leave a light on for Scotland” as he made what could be his last ever speech in the European Parliament.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will set out her plans for a second Scottish independence referendum after “this phase of the Brexit negotiations”.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has expressed fears that Theresa May could ignore the will of Parliament and take the UK out of the EU without a Brexit deal next week.
End of the peer show: why it’s time the House of Lords was properly reformed (or better still abolished)
AMIDST all the sound and fury of the recent Brexit debates at Westminster, a surreal event has been taking place there virtually unnoticed.
Almost a fifth of the Syrian refugees who have come to the UK as part of a special programme have settled in Scotland, according to figures revealed by the SNP.
The Scottish Government spent more than £100,000 on legal costs in a civil court case brought by former First Minister Alex Salmond.
Scots are less likely to back independence if Scotland adopts a new currency, a poll has found.