WATCH: May's false choices demand a real democratic response
After Theresa May’s Brexit deal failed again by a huge margin, CommonSpace journalist, David Jamieson, argues that this isn’t ‘resilience or ‘staying power’ but cynical authoritarianism.
The only option that wasn’t outlined by May in the House of Commons was returning to the public with a general election.
As Iceland becomes first state to express concern to Spain over Catalan trials, Scottish Govt reiterates call for democratic solution
As Iceland becomes the first nation-state to publicly express concern to Spain over the trial of Catalan leaders, Scottish minister reiterates support for “the people of Catalonia to determine their own future”
Analysis: After the No Confidence vote falls - is the SNP ready to lead?
Mike Russell’s response to Theresa May’s defeat will not settle any of the arguments around a People’s Vote, but confirms that the Scottish Government has more options than an embattled British state
“ALL under heaven is utter chaos,” goes the cheery old dictum. “The situation is excellent.”
But, in wake of a defeat for Theresa May so humiliating it has actually made history, excellent for whom?
WATCH: Does democracy demand a general election
Following Theresa May's crushing defeat in the House of Commons, David Jamieson argues that its time to put this government to bed, and let the people decide with a General Election.
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Editorial: May has lost her mandate to govern - It's a democratic scandal if she doesn't step down
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray gives his verdict following May’s defeat in the House of Commons
THE Prime Minister has lost on her most important legislation, the primary reason for her government’s existence and the issue she campaigned almost solely on in the 2017 General Election, which she called for this express purpose.
She hasn’t just lost – she has lost overwhelmingly; the biggest loss of a government in the history of the UK Parliament.
WATCH: Where next for Scotland?
In the face of a 'cluster-mess', what are the roads ahead for Scotland’s Brexit opposition?
CommonSpace considers the responses of pro-EU politicians and activists to the UK’s Brexit chaos
WITH PRIME Minister Theresa May’s government in turmoil over Brexit and its ability to agree a deal which both the EU and MPs can get behind, what options remain for Scotland to avoid what SNP MP Angus MacNeil described as a “cluster-mess”?
Opposition parties prepare for snap election as Tory Brexit mayhem worsens
Speculation over the long term future of the UK government has grown after leading Tory Brexiteers Boris Johnson and David Davis resigned from the cabinet
OPPOSITION parties are preparing for a snap general election after Theresa May's government was plunged into chaos following the resignation of Boris Johnson and David Davis amidst a rift in the cabinet over the governments approach to negotiations.
Boris Johnson followed David Davis in leaving the cabinet, announcing his resignation as foreign secretary on Monday [9 July] afternoon.
SNP hits out at Labour for failing to target Tory seats as Corbyn tours Scotland
Labour leader’s tour will see him target key SNP-held seats
The SNP has hit out at Jeremy Corbyn and Labour for failing to target any Tory seats during his tour of Scotland.
The labour leader is on day three of a tour targeting 18 key marginal seats held by the SNP in his quest to become prime minister, should another General Election be called.
Glasgow South West, Glasgow East, Inverclyde and Dunfermline are just some of the seats that would need a one per cent swing to allow Labour to capture SNP seats.