A year ago, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon set out an ambitious new plan to build an inclusive, fair, prosperous, innovative country, ready and willing to embrace the future.
As MPs head back to Westminster for the start of the new parliamentary year, the coming weeks and months will be a real test of credibility for Tory and Labour politicians in Scotland. Will they continue to obey and rubber-stamp every damaging policy imposed by their Westminster leaders or will they finally join the SNP in standing up for the interests of their Scottish constituents?
This week First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will set out the Scottish Government's plans for the year ahead in her Programme for Government speech. Below Nicola Sturgeon sets out how we've delivered progress over the past year and will continue to do so this year.
In the last few weeks the UK government has started to set out the grim consequences of a ‘no deal’ Brexit and how they will deal with them.
The Scottish Government has published a new paper setting out why Scotland can, should and must have a role in future UK trade talks. Here's what you need to know.
On Saturday we held the first of three National Assemblies in Ayr. The event used an innovative new format that put members in charge of the conversation and ensured their voice was heard.
The UK government have been forced to admit that food, medicines and blood would all need to be stockpiled to prevent them running out.
As the first of three planned National Assemblies gets underway today in Ayr, independence is firmly on the agenda.
The UK government has published the first of their plans for a no deal Brexit. Brexit Secretary Dominic Rabb said the UK government is ready to accept a no deal scenario, despite the evidence saying a no deal would be the worst possible option for public services, jobs and living standards.