Articles by James Kelly
The SNP today published its manifesto Stronger for Scotland.
If a nation can't understand the basis on which others are deciding its future, the time has come to opt out.
To deny a second Scottish independence referendum - IndyRef2 - would be democratically indefensible.
If the second IndyRef campaign follows the same trajectory as the first, we'll have an overwhelming majority.
May's negotiations were actually with herself. No wonder Nicola Sturgeon has decided enough is enough.
Supreme Court ruled UK government doesn't need to consult Scottish Parliament before triggering Article 50.
May was warned a hard Brexit would have consequences but genuine revelations were elsewhere in her speech.
In the finest traditions of London imperialism, May has ignored the 62% Remain victory north of the border.
You thought Project Fear 2 was a flop, wait until you see Scotland's very own Project Fear 3
Though a Leave vote might lead to independence, SNP are prating for Remain.
The reality of a continuing pro-independence majority will sink in, along with the prospects for a second referendum.
The most crass insensitivity of all is that Harrison's project has been titled The Glasgow Effect.
Scottish Nationalist Party leader is buoyed by poll showing support for Labour is dwindling
Cameron needs to make good on promises if he wants to avoid the very real possibility of an early second referendum.
The new Labour leader has a long history of defending Irish independence – so why not support Scotland?
George Osborne says £500m boost for Trident at Faslane is good news for Scotland.
SNP strategists must know the stars are unlikely to ever be more perfectly aligned than they are right now.
Nicola Sturgeon showed the SNP has a few tricks up its sleeve when it comes to taming the Tories.
UK's prime minister must accept the SNP's economic policies to prevent another independence referendum.
Sturgeon's not shy about discussing independence, so worried unionists can assume she has other priorities.