Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has made a plea to Labour voters who feel they are “without a political home”.
Boris Johnson is urging Scots to use next month’s “crucial” General Election to call a halt to Nicola Sturgeon’s plans for a second independence referendum.
Boris Johnson has warned against making 2020 the “year of two referendums” – after Nicola Sturgeon claimed calls for a fresh vote on independence would be “irresistible” if the SNP wins the election in Scotland.
Jeremy Corbyn has said a new Scottish independence referendum is “not necessary or desirable”.
Nicola Sturgeon is to demand the power to stage a second Scottish independence referendum just days after December’s general election – with the First Minister saying she believes Jeremy Corbyn will agree to grant it.
Michael Gove has claimed the refusal of the SNP to back the new Brexit Bill could suggest they want the UK leave the EU without a deal.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will request UK Government consent for another referendum on Scottish independence before the end of the year.
Support for Scottish independence has risen to 50%, according to a new poll.
David Cameron has said “frustration” during the Scottish independence referendum campaign prompted his plea for the Queen to intervene but he now wanted to avoid making his indiscretion “worse”.
David Cameron’s admission he sought the Queen’s involvement in the Scottish independence referendum has raised questions about the legitimacy of the nation’s constitutional monarchy, an expert has said.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has ruled out making deals with the SNP over a second independence referendum in exchange for supporting a Labour government.
Actor Alan Cumming has said he hopes Brexit will expedite Scottish independence.
Jeremy Corbyn has said it is not up to the UK Parliament to block a second Scottish independence referendum.
Actor Angus Macfadyen has said he hopes his new film Robert the Bruce will boost support for Scottish independence.
The recent poll carried out by the Tele indicates a huge upsurge in local support for independence, from 57%, the highest in Scotland in the 2014 referendum, to almost 76% now.
To your correspondent the Voter, the London-based media makes out the SNP never stop talking about independence, but the truth is Nicola Sturgeon has almost begged Westminster to talk.
More people than ever would vote in favour of Scottish independence in the event of a second referendum, according to the Tele’s latest poll.
The Evening Telegraph has launched a new poll in a bid to find out if the view on Scottish Independence has changed in the city – with another referendum possibly on the horizon.
It is “deeply concerning” a “hardline Brexiteer” could become the next Prime Minister and threaten a no-deal exit from the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
I revealed in these pages a fortnight ago that I voted for independence in 2014, and then last week that I voted to leave the European Union in 2016.