Scotland’s constitutional future at forefront of Holyrood campaign and set to dominate the next seven weeks before May 6.
Scottish secretary says two bills backed by MSPs would infringe on the ability of the UK Government to pass laws in Scotland.
No confidence motion voted down in Scottish Parliament after Labour abstain and Greens side with SNP.
Report by Irish barrister James Hamilton is independent and it clears the First Minister but it won’t be the last word.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh rejected the notion the fiasco had damaged parliament's reputation.
The two women said the leak was an ‘abuse of position’.
Douglas Ross says party will push forward a vote of no confidence in the First Minister next week.
The Bill will allow courts to order restrictions on the actions of alleged abusers, including removing them from a shared home limiting contact.
Ex-Tory minister says messages show 'concerted effort by senior members of the SNP to encourage complaints' against Salmond.
The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill has caused heated debate among politicians and interest groups.
Deputy First Minister tells Holyrood inquiry he cannot provide details of meetings requested by the committee.
Concessionary travel scheme extended and pay rise for public sector workers.
Henry McLeish says there is 'no serious path' to the current First Minister's resignation.
First Minister says number of cases is falling and country's vaccination programme is progressing extremely well.
Some campaigning will be allowed to restart in line with public health guidelines.
The dispute between Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon is about personality and some in the SNP think it is about destruction.
Former first minister is facing questions about his allegations that Nicola Sturgeon misled Parliament.
Former first minister will face questions about his allegations that Nicola Sturgeon misled Parliament.
When Alex Salmond appears before MSPs, he has the opportunity - after a prolonged silence - to fight not for a cause but for himself.
Nicola Sturgeon addressed the announcement of June 21 as a possible date for the end of restrictions in England.