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Will Scotland's longest-serving leader deliver an independence vote?
Nicola Sturgeon passes her predecessors this week to become Scotland's longest serving first minister - and plans to hold a new independence referendum in 2023.
Scotland could soon pardon thousands of women executed as witches
Nearly 4,000 people in Scotland were accused of witchcraft between 1563 and 1736, many of whom were tortured and executed.
Aye, have a dream: Scotland's renewed foreign policy push
“When the choice for Scotland is a pro-European, EU member state, independent Scotland, or a Boris Johnson Little Brexit Britain, I think people will vote yes [to independence]."
Euro 2020: England, Croatia, Czech Republic through — Scotland out
England finished top of Group D with a 1-0 win over the Czech Republic who also qualify, while Croatia secured their place in the last 16 with a 3-1 win over Scotland.
IndyRef2: Everything you need you to know about Scottish independence
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to push forward with a second referendum on Scottish independence from the UK once the COVID crisis is over.
UK PM Johnson calls for crisis talks after Scottish Nationalists win
In a letter, Boris Johnson invited the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to a crisis summit on the union.
Nicola Sturgeon cleared of breaching ministerial code
The investigation looked at whether Sturgeon had misled parliament over meetings she held with Salmond over harassment claims against him and whether she had attempted to influence the conduct of the investigation into them.
Scottish and English drinkers most frequently drunk, study suggests
The findings were part of the Global Drug Survey 2020, which included data from 110,000 people from 25 countries.
Nicola Sturgeon tells Donald Trump he can't come to Scotland for golf
Scotland's first minister repeated the current coronavirus lockdown rules as she addressed reports that the US president plans to swerve Joe Biden's inauguration by going on a transatlantic golfing trip.
Belgium pledges €200,000 to make period products more accessible
The decision, announced on Tuesday, follows on from the landmark decision in Scotland last month to make period products free for all.
Scottish actor Sir Sean Connery, who played James Bond, dies aged 90
Sean Connery was often cited as the world's favourite James Bond, having played him in several films from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Meet the lawyer fighting to exonerate Scotland's forgotten witches
Lawyer Claire Mitchell QC is leading the campaign to pardon and commemorate the voiceless women who were falsely accused of witchcraft and executed in Scotland nearly five centuries ago.
Disunited Kingdom: Why Brexit makes Scottish independence more likely
Six years on from the referendum on Scottish independence, polls suggest Scots are keener than ever to dissolve their 300-year-old union with England. Brexit is the driving force, analysts have told Euronews.
Scotland records highest number of new COVID-19 cases in 3 months
Scotland will remain in phase three of lockdown easing after the number of confirmed coronavirus cases crept it to their highest number in three months.
Aberdeen train derailment: Three dead and six hurt in Scotland crash
Authorities have confirmed that 3 people were killed and 6 injured in Wednesday's train derailment near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Lockdown reimposed on Aberdeen after cluster of COVID-19 cases
A cluster of 54 cases linked to a single bar in the Scottish city has led to a reimposing of restrictions aimed at avoiding a "significant outbreak".
Scotland's chief medical officer resigns after breaking lockdown rules
Scotland's chief medical officer was caught visiting her second home over the weekend, which was in breach of essential-travel-only rules in place amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Scotland set to be first country in world to make period products free
The new legislation would put a legal obligation on the government to provide free sanitary products to "everyone in Scotland who needs to use period product"
Sturgeon talks up Scotland's place in post-Brexit Europe
On her first visit to Brussels following Brexit, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted on Scotland's place in the European Union, as a sovereign independent state. Her remarks were made during a speech at a Brussels-based think tank.
Scotland's rising political star quits over messages to teenager
The resignation of Scotland's finance minister raises important questions about what red lines are - legal or moral - in the social media age.
Brexit gives Scotland mandate for new independence vote - Sturgeon
As the UK formally leaves the EU on Friday, Scotland's First Minister is to stress that Scots overwhelmingly voted against Brexit and that they should thus be allowed to hold a new independence referendum.
Could Boris Johnson's landslide victory spell the break-up of the UK?
Euronews looks at the implications of the general election results for the union that has bound England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland for centuries.
Is Scotland set to play a key role in the outcome of the UK election?
It has got dozens of marginal seats where the incumbent MP could easily be ousted. So will Scotland be key to who wins the UK election?
Scotland becomes first country in UK to ban smacking
Members of the Scottish Parliament on Thursday voted by 84 votes to 29 in favour of a ban on all physical punishment. But where else in Europe is smacking children banned?
Scotland wants continued EU-protection for its whisky and salmon
Scottish authorities have called on the British government to secure mutual recognition of geographically protected produce with the EU even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Thousands descend on Scotland for tractor footy
Their national team's absence in this year’s World Cup tournament has likely put off many Scots from watching the games. But at home, their annual Fettercairn Show offers something no other global football contest can — a match between tractors.