Parliament backs idea of planning another referendum despite Tory accusations that it is 'reckless and damaging'.
John Swinney says Scottish Government will 'go at least as far' as any UK Government quarantine arrangements.
First Minister says she doesn't accept claims made by her predecessor Alex Salmond that she broke the ministerial code.
Cabinet Office says leafletting not considered 'essential' activity during the coronavirus lockdown.
Anas Sarwar and Monica Lennon both say they will make decisions independent of UK Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
Craig Ross said people who use food banks are at a bigger risk of getting diabetes than starvation.
Former first minister says Sturgeon's evidence to an inquiry into sexual assault claims made against him was 'simply untrue'.
The UK exits the transition period on Thursday night, entering a new partnership with the 27 EU member states.
The SNP, Scottish Labour, Scottish Liberal Democrats and Scottish Greens will not back the agreement.
House of Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg accuses the SNP of having a 'shameful' record in government.
The STV/Ipsos MORI survey found that more than twice as many people intend to vote for the SNP than the Scottish Conservatives.
The First Minister confirmed the outcome of the latest review in the Scottish Parliament.
Measures have been drafted to make sure the poll can take place during the pandemic.
The two council areas will be 'monitored closely' on a daily basis, the First Minister confirmed.
Five-tier alert system, ranging from level zero to four, will come into effect on Monday.
A committee is calling for views as it examines the Scottish Parliament's procedures over the last seven months.
Would a guaranteed basic income help improve people's living standards or create a system of institutionalised poverty?
Oliver Mundell accused the FM of lying to parliament when she pledged full transparency to Holyrood's Salmond inquiry.
Could an exodus of familiar faces lead to a change in direction for Scottish politics?
A proposed 'stirring up hatred' offence will now require proof of intent before it can be prosecuted.