Scotland may have voted to remain in the UK, but a new report highlights that Scots favour much more devolution than on offer.
A Survation poll for the Daily Mail suggests that the SNP are set to increase their majority in the 2016 Scottish elections. Will their bubble ever burst?
The SNP have had electoral success by bribing the middle class, not helping the poor, and they will happily push more into poverty if it advances Scottish independence.
Having won 56 out of 59 Scottish seats in the general election the SNP are now the UK’s third largest party. But what next?
The SNP are set to dominate Scotland in just over six weeks, but can they be stopped?
Survation’s latest poll for the Daily Record, suggests that Scottish Labour are struggling to take back support from the SNP.
The YouGov Sunday Times poll suggests that those intending to vote Labour are divided over the idea of Ed Miliband's party striking a deal with the SNP.
YouGov’s poll for the Sunday Times, suggests that more Brits oppose fracking than support it, in a change from a previous poll.
Katy Clark MP, one of two candidates in the deputy leadership race, tweeted her views in response to Republic Scotland asking.
A new poll by Survation suggests that fracking should be devolved to Scottish authorities. Only Conservative voters oppose the idea.
Reports say that the former PM could enter Holyrood. Could this help the Scottish Labour party?
Next week’s Scottish referendum has seen the highest number of people registered to vote. One in five have also registered for postal votes.
After the recent YouGov poll put the Yes camp marginally ahead, Gordon Brown and the forces in Westminster proposed a huge giveaway to attract voters.