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SNP polling breaks all records

  By A  Newsnet Reporter Latest polling suggests that the SNP’s grip on Scottish politics has continued to tighten since the independence referendum. The poll, conducted...

Farage TV move infuriates parties

By a Newsnet Reporter UK broadcasting laws on election coverage are in chaos following a decision to include UKIP leader Nigel Farage within a series...

Back to the Future: Cameron, Clegg in Rose Garden Mark 2?

Russell Bruce writes on Conservative/Lib Dem planning for Coalition mark 2, Tory dissent in the Borders and the close contest in Berwickshire, Roxburgh and...

Farage slammed for attacking immigrants and sheltering bankers

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter Scottish Socialist Party leader Colin Fox has attacked his UKIP counterpart Nigel Farage of conspiring to blame immigrants for "an economic...

Sturgeon and May kick off first post-Brexit talks as Scots await...

By Patience Magill The Scottish role in UK Brexit negotiations with the European Union looks likely to be enhanced, but details remain sketchy following an...

Is Miliband serious about refusing to form a progressive majority?

  Russell Bruce considers Miliband's post-election options  Within hours of Ed Miliband dropping his "no coalition, no deal with the SNP" bombshell, his colleagues were explaining...

Interview: Brexit Minister on the way ahead for Scottish Government

Michael Russell MSP, the man called back into Government to help deal with the consequences of Brexit, spoke about the task facing the Scottish...

2.30AM Friday: Scottish voting ‘tsunami’ well underway

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The Scottish National Party stands on the verge of the widely-predicted electoral 'tsunami', predicted to win 58 of the 61 Scottish...

Scotland Office ‘propaganda’ staff budget soars under Tories

By a Newsnet.scot reporter The Westminster-run Scotland Office has had its propaganda department staff budget increased by more than four times since David Cameron's arrival...

The young will see UK crumble in slow burning but irreversible...

As we mark the first anniversary of Scotland's extraordinary referendum, Derek Bateman reflects on the 12 months that followed and what they mean for...