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As SNP and Tories slug it out, Labour slides towards greater...

As the SNP spring conference opens in Aberdeen, having taken on the Brexit-bound UK government, Derek Bateman examines the position of the once-dominant Labour Party...

Labour boycotts Commons debate on £100 billion Trident replacement

by Newsnet.scot Reporter The Labour Party's decision to boycott a House of Commons debate on the renewal of the Trident nuclear missile system has been...

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...

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...

Carillion: From sunny outlook to bust in just five months

By Russell Bruce One of the things you should do at the start of a new year is have a good look at your finances....

Oil be dammed! Oil is back yet there is more –...

by Russell Bruce Oil has got interesting again. The dramatic collapse in oil prices started in late 2014 lasting until January 2016 when Brent oil...

Fewer people are dying in Scottish hospitals, should we celebrate?

John Robertson claims success for NHS Scotland The BBC slipped in a wee bit of good news for NHS Scotland, to the lunchtime report last week, but it...

Discussion: The ‘intelligent Right’ is dead in Scotland

Commentary by Derek Bateman Scotland doesn’t need another party of the Left – it needs a real party of the Right. The left-of-centre field is...

Applecross community hydro scheme races to beat UK rule change on...

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The north west Highland community of Applecross is in a race against time to complete fund-raising for a £780,000 community hydro...

Labour: One more bad week at Black Rock

Analysis by Thomas Connolly Labour faces another devastating week at the hands of opinion pollsters, following the revelation that it stands to lose a staggering...