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May urges Scottish voters to reject SNP after Corbyn slams her 'simple slogans'

May urges Scottish voters to reject SNP after Corbyn slams her 'simple slogans'

Theresa May has urged Scottish voters to stand up against SNP "separatists" and again pitched her "strong and stable leadership" after being accused by Jeremy Corbyn of relying on "simple slogans".

9:33pm Saturday 29 April 2017

Council election analysis

Council election analysis

WHILE voting for local councillors has never been viewed as a political "main event", this year's contest to serve on Scotland's 32 councils has been overshadowed more so than any equivalent election in living memory.

12:12am Sunday 30 April 2017

Nicola Sturgeon tells voters 'don't let Tories drag Scotland back on June 8'

Nicola Sturgeon tells voters 'don't let Tories drag Scotland back on June 8'

Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters not to allow Scotland to be "dragged back by the Tories" at the General Election.

1:13pm Saturday 29 April 2017

My ten point plan to keep the Tories toxic

LEEDS, ENGLAND - APRIL 27:  Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to supporters at a campaign event at Shine Centre on April 27, 2017 in Leeds, United Kingdom. The Prime Minister is campaigning in the seat of Leeds East which has a 12,000 Labour

If the SNP leaders seem to be remarkably calm in the face of the Scottish Tory revival, it is only partly because they don’t quite believe it. The other reason is that they quite like seeing the Conservatives as the main opposition party. The national…

12:10am Sunday 30 April 2017

Labour facing heavy council losses says leading political scientist

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 06: Professor John Curtice photographed for the Herald Scottish referendum supplement at his home on September 06, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland. Professor Curtice is currently professor of politics at the University of Strathcly

LABOUR is heading for heavy losses in council elections in Scotland while the SNP could become the largest party in two-thirds of local authorities, according to a new report.

12:11am Sunday 30 April 2017

Citizen Freeman's red shift: from communism to nationalism via a stint as a Labour special adviser

Jeane Freeman

JEANE Freeman’s rise to become a junior Government Minister last year was as remarkable as it was meteoric.

12:09am Sunday 30 April 2017

Davidson: Sturgeon made error in trying to 'weaponise Brexit'

Davidson: Sturgeon made error in trying to 'weaponise Brexit'

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon made a basic error in trying to "weaponise Brexit", Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.

3:59pm Saturday 29 April 2017

Theresa May accused of insulting independence supporters with "extremist" jibe

THERESA May has been accused of "insulting" half the Scottish electorate after she made a jibe against independence supporters and "extremists" in the same sentence.

12:13am Sunday 30 April 2017

Calls to take back the streets commemorating slave traders

GLASGOW must finally recognise its “horrific role” in the slave trade with a permanent memorial, according to campaigners.

12:14am Sunday 30 April 2017

Ruth Davidson accused of fresh hard Brexit sell out

RUTH Davidson has failed to make the case to her Westminster colleagues for retaining Scotland's place in the single market, letters released under freedom of information laws showed.

12:11am Sunday 30 April 2017
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