What has changed since Scotland chose to reject sovereignty in 2014 and how much of a factor is Brexit?
by Alasdair Soussi
War & Conflict
by Zab Mustefa
by Shafik Mandhai
by Alastair Sloan
Homeless06 Mar 2017 09:38 GMT
For the country's growing number of people sleeping rough, harsh winter temperatures have added to their woes.
Europe05 Mar 2017 07:34 GMT
Scotland's bagpipes makers are facing increased production costs after new restrictions on the import of African Blackwood.
Scotland04 Mar 2017 12:20 GMT
Western Scotland - Whether its smoked, poached or grilled, salmon is a favourite fish for many of us.
But the tasty meal's expected to become a lot more expensive.
Politics14 Feb 2017 18:19 GMT
Al Jazeera reveals how Shai Masot courted senior Scottish politician, raising questions over political interference.
Brexit07 Feb 2017 20:04 GMT
In a symbolic move, Scottish politicians vote by 90 to 34 against a bill that would trigger Britain's exit from the EU.
Brexit02 Feb 2017 18:06 GMT
Nationalists mull second poll on independence in response to UK parliamentary vote for Brexit but face stern opposition.
Brexit25 Jan 2017 13:44 GMT
The recent British Supreme Court ruling will not stop Brexit but it will change how it is approached.
Brexit23 Jan 2017 11:16 GMT
Scotland's social democrat leader, Nicola Sturgeon, has reinvented herself as a defender of establishment liberalism.
Politics13 Oct 2016 07:57 GMT
In a UK wracked by Brexit uncertainty, the Scottish National Party must decide if the time is right for independence.
Palestine16 Aug 2016 13:54 GMT
Celtic fans in Scotland to "fly flag for Palestine" as the football team takes on the Israelis.
Brexit13 Jul 2016 13:31 GMT
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is bringing renewed focus to the Scottish independence debate.
Brexit29 Jun 2016 11:35 GMT
Scottish leader says Scotland is "determined" to stay in the bloc despite Brexit vote after meeting senior EU officials.
Scotland26 Jun 2016 17:24 GMT
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says her government may use legal means to block Britain's exit from the EU
Brexit24 Jun 2016 14:14 GMT
Nationalist leaders in both Scotland and Northern Ireland ponder independence referendums following Brexit.
Politics14 Jun 2016 09:07 GMT
The future of the UK is tied, for better or worse, to the rest of Europe if only for reasons of proximity.
by Alastair Sloan
by Simon Usherwood
by Jamie Maxwell
by Peter Geoghegan
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