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Recent articles by Chris:

Scottish Tories warn Liz Truss to tone down attacks on Nicola Sturgeon, or risk splitting the Union

One worried MSP warned that undecided voters are at risk from fiery rhetoric, and said the next PM needs to 'radically' improve her knowledge of Scottish politics → Read More

Alex Salmond's Alba Party MPs thrown out of the Commons Chamber for disrupting PMQs

Sir Lindsay Hoyle has thrown out two Alba MPs from the Commons chamber for refusing to sit down and causing disruption by shouting at Boris Johnson about Scottish independence. The incensed Speaker of the House of Commons warned the two MPs before naming them and throwing them out of the chamber. Neale Hanvey, Scottish MP and leader of the Alba Party in the House of Commons and Kenny MacAskill,… → Read More

What would Scottish independence mean? Key issues ahead of the vote, from keeping the pound to rejoining EU

If the vote is allowed to go ahead, a number of fault lines are likely to emerge. i takes a look at what they are and how an independent Scotland could approach them. → Read More

Ukrainians get free train travel and simplified visa forms to make it easier to settle in the UK

Refugees will get free onward travel from key international ports, airports and train stations and visa forms have been cut by a third → Read More

More than 100 Conservative MPs are ready to vote against Boris Johnson

The Prime Minister would be severely wounded by the scale of the rebellion, adding urgency to attempts to stop backbench letters going in → Read More

Older people with Omicron staying out of hospital as hopes grow UK has seen worst of Covid variant

Sage advisers have hailed the high uptake of boosters among over-60s, and greater use of community treatment, as key reasons for the turnaround → Read More

Boris Johnson fighting for political career as string of Tories call for him to resign

Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross says the Prime Minister's position is 'untenable', but other MPs have said they will wait to see what an inquiry finds first → Read More

Natasha’s Law: Food outlets around the UK are flouting new allergy legislation, putting lives at risk

Multiple food outlets in cities across the country are breaching the law introduced following the death of teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, an i investigation has found → Read More

Boris Johnson is 'keeping an eye on third wave' but does not plan fresh restrictions

Nicola Sturgeon has not ruled out fresh measures in Scotland after a surge in covid cases there → Read More

Squeeze on Pfizer vaccine supplies casts further doubt on 21 June reopening

Ministers and scientists have been increasingly downbeat about the final step out of lockdown going ahead as planned → Read More

Scottish election results map 2021: Latest updates on Holyrood vote – and when MSP results are announced

The Holyrood vote will decide the shape of Scotland's next Parliament, which could have far-reaching ramifications for Scottish independence → Read More

Ministers wait to see if change in AstraZeneca rules dents public confidence in Covid-19 vaccines

So far the UK has shown less vaccine hesitancy than almost any other country in the world, with more than 90 per cent keen to get vaccinated → Read More

Scottish election 2021: Labour leader Anas Sarwar backs tax rises for richest

Anas Sarwar said he was in favour of a “more progressive tax system” to pay for a series of major initiatives required for the recovery. → Read More

NHS Scotland pay rise: Boris Johnson should be ‘shamed’ into following Scottish example, union says

The Prime Minister is under pressure after more than 150,000 NHS workers in Scotland were told they would get a 4 per cent rise. → Read More

Alex Salmond takes legal action against Scotland’s top civil servant after critical Holyrood report

The former First Minister said it was not right that Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans should be allowed to “carry on regardless”. → Read More

Scotland’s top civil servant, Leslie Evans, responsible for Alex Salmond debacle, say MSPs

MSPs examining the affair unanimously agreed that an “individual failing” by Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans played an instrumental part. → Read More

Nicola Sturgeon: The two reports on the Alex Salmond inquiry explained – and what happens next

Their conclusions might seem contradictory: one cleared her of breaking the ministerial code and the other concluded she misled MSPs. → Read More

Nicola Sturgeon cleared of breaking ministerial code during Alex Salmond affair by James Hamilton report

A report published on Monday afternoon found that the First Minister 'did not breach the provisions of the ministerial code' → Read More

MSPs have concluded Nicola Sturgeon's evidence on Alex Salmond is 'hard to believe'

A second leaked finding from a Holyrood committee report casts further doubt on evidence Nicola Sturgeon gave under oath. → Read More

Alex Salmond inquiry: Nicola Sturgeon’s future in question as Committee concludes she ‘misled Parliament’

The First Minister could face a vote of no confidence once damaging verdict is published by Holyrood’s harassment committee next Tuesday → Read More