Alasdair Soussi, Al Jazeera English

Alasdair Soussi

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Past articles by Alasdair:

SNP to seek Scottish independence vote after election victory

The Scottish National Party took 64 of the 129 parliamentary seats up for grabs, just one short of an overall majority. → Read More

Scotland: SNP on course to win vote, but by how much matters

A majority victory would hand Scottish nationalists the impetus to push harder for a second independence referendum. → Read More

With Brexit complete, fervour for Scottish independence grows

Centuries of union between Scotland and England are straining amid the UK’s exit from the EU and the COVID pandemic. → Read More

How are the UK's territories dealing with the coronavirus?

Gibraltar and the Falklands do not have much in common, except a connection to Britain and their coronavirus lockdowns. → Read More

UK 'must be pressed to recognise Palestinian state': ex-diplomat

The status quo in the occupied Palestinian territories is 'unacceptable', said Sir Vincent Fean. → Read More

Don't self-isolate in the Highlands, Scots tell city dwellers

With limited amenities in remote locations, Scotland's rural communities are begging visitors to stay away. → Read More

Alex Salmond cleared of sexual assault charges

The jury at the High Court in Edinburgh found Scotland’s former first minister not guilty on 12 charges. → Read More

Ghosts of Lockerbie stirred with prospect of posthumous appeal

Legal team for Abdelbaset al-Megrahi and even some relatives of victims welcome decision that could pave way for appeal. → Read More

Are independence referendums worth tearing a country apart?

Should major constitutional shifts require voter super-majorities to avoid bitter divisions in society? → Read More

What will the UK look like a decade after Brexit?

Growing the British economy may be possible by 2030, but questions remain over racism, poverty and the country's unity. → Read More

'We're pro-Scotland': Independence supporters march in Glasgow

Demonstrators brave the weather in Glasgow, calling for a second referendum on Scotland's independence. → Read More

UK Parliament approves Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

UK prime minister succeeded where his predecessor repeatedly failed; getting Brexit legislation through Commons. → Read More

SNP victory puts Scottish independence back in the spotlight

A centre-left 'progressive nationalism' has resonated with Scottish voters and sets up a Sturgeon-Johnson showdown. → Read More

The UK's smaller parties step up to election fight

It is not just about Labour and the Conservatives. → Read More

Johnson and Corbyn duel in first televised debate of UK election

Prime Minister Boris Johnson tries to keep focus on Brexit as opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn stresses NHS. → Read More

UK: LibDems, SNP fail in TV election debate court bid

The third- and fourth-largest political parties in the UK's Parliament will be excluded from Tuesday's TV debate. → Read More

Sign of the times: Glasgow's slavery profits in the spotlight

Road names dedicated to slave-trade profiteers could be changed as the Scottish city studies its past. → Read More

Campaigners in court bid to make Johnson obey Brexit law

The British prime minister has frequently implied he would ignore Parliament's ruling to seek a Brexit delay. → Read More

UK Supreme Court braces for greatest constitutional challenge yet

Court to hear arguments on Tuesday on whether PM Boris Johnson 'acted unlawfully' when he prorogued Parliament. → Read More

Court bid to block 'no-deal' Brexit fails

Judge rules the suspension of Parliament is not a court matter, throwing the onus back to voters and parliamentarians. → Read More