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 Scottish Greens have unveiled their manifesto for the upcoming general election. Here are the highlights.
Survation’s latest poll, for the Daily Record, suggests that the Scottish Greens are on course to doing extremely well come 2016.
YouGov’s latest poll, for the Sun, has put the Greens ahead of the Lib Dems. Could that be repeated in the general election?
Scotland’s only elected representative of UKIP is to stand in the same constituency as Alex Salmond in the upcoming 2015 election.
The Green party have had a good year, whilst support of the main parties has shrunk. What challenges does the party face in 2015?
A new poll by Survation suggests that fracking should be devolved to Scottish authorities. Only Conservative voters oppose the idea.
Two months ago, Scotland voted (55%-45%) to remain in the union. Scottish and British politics have changed forever.
Aberdeen University students, in the city often called the ‘oil capital of Europe’, have elected a new rector: the Scottish Green Co-convener.
An Ipsos-Mori poll for STV puts the Scottish Greens on 10 MSPs in 2016 - putting them ahead of the Conservatives.
A Panelbase poll puts the SNP ahead in both Holyrood and Westminster elections in Scotland. It also puts the Scottish Greens on track to win 9 seats
Both the SNP and the Scottish Greens have seen an increase in support in recent days.
On the 19th August, the anti-monarchy group, ‘Republic’ are holding a debate in relation to the referendum on the future of the monarchy in Scotland.